Using White Ink on Multiple Fabric Colors

White Ink on Caps

Different colored caps all customized with white screen printed plastisol ink transfers. Layouts: QAL-1, QAL-47, and QAL-2

When in doubt of what ink color will look best on your chosen fabric color, consider white ink as an option for your custom apparel. The caps shown above are a great example of white screen printed plastisol ink on different fabric colors.

Not every ink color looks good on every fabric color, but white ink looks great on many fabric colors. White ink even looks good on multi-colored shirts such as the tie-dye shirts shown below.

Tie-Dye t-shirts with white plastisol ink

Tie-dye t-shirts customized with white screen printed plastisol ink. Layouts: QBA-202 and QCU-21

Avoid using white ink on white fabric. Using the same ink and fabric colors will make the design hard to see on the finished customized apparel.

Note: Out of our plastisol screen printed transfers, Goof Proof is the most opaque white ink. White ink also makes a great backing color for two colored prints on dark fabric.

White Ink Backing Color

White screen printed plastisol ink makes a great backing color on dark fabrics.

Below is a collage of past blog images that used white ink on different apparel colors. Even the brighter fabric colors look great customized with the white ink.

White Ink Collage

Several apparel fabric colors customized with white screen printed plastisol ink on heat transfer sheets.

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