What are specialty inks in prints ?

What are specialty inks in prints ?

Specialty Inks and Imprint Methods are additional features that iLogo is able to offer during the custome product design process. They are available for orders of six or more items by special request, and often require special pricing. For a consultation on specialty inks and imprint methods, or to talk to a design specialist as to how they can work for your design, give us a call.

  1. Neon Ink

    Neon inks are super-bright fluorescent inks that add a pop of intensity to any design. They are available in blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink, magenta, and purple and can be used on any shirt color we offer. These semi-transparent inks are printed over top of a base of pure white ink, so your neon shade will be as bright on a black shirt as it is on a white one.

  2. Foil Transfer print

    Foil Transfers are a great option when looking for a reflective surface on a shirt. The transfers are a metallic facing adhered to the shirt with clear adhesive ink. They are bright and highly reflective, although they do require special care to maintain their luster. Silver and gold are standard colors, although special requests can be made!

  3. Glow in the Dark print

    Glow in the dark ink does just that! A translucent treatment that is printed over a base of white ink, glow-in-the-dark ink appears off-white in the light and a glowing lime green in the dark.

  4. Metallic Ink print

    Metallic inks are another option for you to achieve a metallic surface in your design. The inks themselves are metallic, versus being an overlay treatment or transfer, and are available in silver and gold. Metallic inks work best when there are no small details to fill as the ink is a bit thicker than normal.

  5. Glitter Ink print

    Glitter Ink is the best way to bring sparkle into your design. A clear, hyper-glitter top coat is printed on top of the colors in your design, making glitter both an exciting and versatile choice!

  6. Reflective Film print

    Reflective Film reflects any bright light (like headlights). Perfect for anyone looking for high-visibility apparel. This works best for larger areas of print and for a simple design with few thin lines.