(Quoted from Mary Yaeger and Printwear Magazine. Full article here.)
Ghosting—the word that strikes terror and headaches in new and seasoned printers alike. Ghosting occurs when the screen-printing ink reacts to the dyes in the garment. This issue might not be noticeable right away, but before you know it you will find your image repeated on the backs and bottoms of your whole print job. Nothing is more embarrassing than sending a load of shirts home to a customer only to receive that dreaded phone call a day or two later.
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