Mesh 86-110 for dark shirts- you need to apply a heavier deposit of plastisol ink for coverage on dark shirts. use 110-305 mesh count for lighter colors. there are some heavy shirts such as sweatshirts that may require under- base. so whenever you are avoiding under-base, make sure that you put a little heavier 2 coats- try it first, chances are you may not need under-base. squeegee 60-70 a
Use any of our direct emulsions to make screens- we recommend high solid one part "QXL" (45% solids). for a heavier deposit of plastisol ink, you need a higher solids emulsion and application of two deposit of emulsion, two on the print side and two on the squeegee side. cotton and 50/50 cotton/polyester fabrics print/ flash print for dark shirts and one stroke for lighter and white fabrics fully cured @ 350f store at room temperature and avoid storing in direct sunlight/humid air.