• Pigment

    Used for:

    Any medium to heavy fabric- some limitation on color gamut. Useful for printing
    on blends (poly cotton etc where both qualities of fibre equally take on
    the print- unlike reactive printing where only cotton portion will get printed.

    Process:

    Art is printed directly onto fabric (surface layer) depending on thickness of
    fabric. The thinner the fabric, the more the shadow is seen on the reverse side.
    Its heated to cure

    Please note:

    Achieving deep black might be difficult and the hand feel might be slightly
    impacted on lighter fabrics, however there is no noticeable difference on
    heavier home furnishing like fabrics.

  • Reactive

    Used for:

    Natural fibres & naturally derived fabrics (silks, cottons, linens, viscose)

    Process:

    Art is printed with special ink that react to a steaming/washing process.
    Ink is absorbed into the fibers of the fabric, hence no noticeable change in
    hand feel of the fabric.

    Please note:

    Depending on weight of the fabric, the designs ink may be seen on the other side of the fabric.

  • Sublimation

    Used for:

    Polyester and blends.

    Process:

    Art printed onto paper then transferred via heat & pressure to the fabric goods.

    Please note:

    Surface print only.