5 Reasons To Switch To UltraColor Stretch

When you need full color printing, UltraColor is your solution.  Stick with UltraColor Soft for your t-shirt, hoodie and cap printing.   But there are some printing situations when you need to use UltraColor Stretch.

UltraColor Stretch is a water based full color product that can be applied to the same t-shirts, hoodies and caps, but also applies to nylon, Lycra and Spandex.   But the cost and minimum are higher so only make the switch when it is needed.

Here are 5 apparel needs where UltraColor Stretch is your solution.

  1. Leggings or Yoga Pants

These always have some lycra or Spandex content and you need your print to stretch with the pant

  1. Performance Wear

This gets a little tricky and you need to read the label to see what you need.  For 100% polyester, UltaColor Soft is fine; but if there is any percentage of Lycra or Spandex, make the switch to UltraColor Stretch

 

  1. Fitted Fashion Tops

Here again a label check is needed to see the material make-up of your shirt.   If your SportTek shirt is 95% polyester and 5% Spandex you need to switch to UltraColor Stretch.

  1. Jackets

Your jacket is most likely nylon, so make the switch to UltraColor Stretch. You won’t need the print to stretch, but this adhesive will bond to the woven nylon.    However, if there is any waterproofing, be sure to test first.  Some chemicals used to waterproof a jacket can prevent adhesion.

  1. Athleisure Casual

This clothing category if a fast growing segment.   Athleisure ware is casual, comfortable clothing you can wear at home or for exercise.     So that the apparel gives, a small percentage of Lycra or Spandex is often added.

 

If you need a sample of UltraColor stretch, click here and give it a try!

 

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