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Why is it so difficult to print metallic gold ink on a navy blue substrate?

Why is it so difficult to print metallic gold ink on a navy blue substrate?

Author: Lindsay Merwald/Friday, July 17, 2015/Categories: Industry News - Textile

Gold is a warmer color, meaning the hue is more red than blue. So if the gold allows one speck of the navy to show through it goes from gold to oxidized brass which results in a tarnished.

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