Like it or not, the ability to print with silicone ink is going to have to find its place in your tool box.
The pros are:
- it’s super stretchy
- zero dye migration on polyesters
- it’s cheaper than an insurance policy when you need to print on a $150 stretchy polyester jacket.
The cons are:
- short pot life
- works poorly on cotton
- difficult to use
- you have to flash every color
Still, silicone ink is what’s going to get you the best results on polyester, you know–the “fabric of the future.”