The most common ink used for screen printing. Plastisol tends to sit on top of the garment’s threads, giving the garment a raised and plasticized texture.
Printing with Foil make designs on garments standout. The one downside is, it’s the least permanent decorating process. Washing garments with foil tarnish and may start to flake over time.
Printing with water-based inks creates a much softer feel to the garment. This is due to the ink penetrating the fabric more than plastisol. This is ideal for screen printing darker colors on lighter garments.