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This is an example of what should NOT happen with quality screen printing
I would like to give you something to think about when you are shopping for a screen printer. I’m not here to say I’m better than any other printer, but here is one way to see if your printer is up to par, does your shirt print crack and flake off after a short time?
If your not sure take a printed shirt you have and stretch the print and see if the image stretches with the shirt or does it split apart? I would bet that it stretches apart, because in most cases printers don’t take the time to cure the ink, they make sure its dry, but not cured! In a lot of our work shops they will tell us that 80% to 90% of the printed products are not cured.
We have shirts that have been around since the late 80’s and look like they did after the first wash way back then. We use the best inks in our industry, and use a mesh count and squeegee that works best for each individual job. About 90% of our work is done on Jerzee product, one of the least shrinking shirts out there(we know that by testing).
MY PRINT WILL OUTLAST YOUR SHIRT!