Our regular Bold Ink is a high-opacity ink that creates a thicker, brighter print. While it has a bit of a feel to it, the results are an consistent bright print across all fabric colours and blends.
SuperSoft is a ink that soaks into the fabric and dyes the garment fabric. Depending on the shirt, it results in a vintage looking print that is always extraordinarily soft.
Use the chart below to choose a stock ink colour for your project.
Stock ink colours are not based on Pantone swatches. This Pantone and Hex information is based on the nearest optical match to the ink swatch.
Neon colours are most vibrant on white garments.
When a colour is critical, the best way to communicate it is with the Pantone Colour Books. The books allow you to be confident that the swatch you’re looking at in your book is the same as the swatch in your printers’ book.
Pantone colours can be simulated on a computer or mobile device, but for true communication accuracy the best bet it to choose from a physical Pantone Book.
Here are some suggestions if you don’t own a Pantone Book: