Heat transfers on many different shirt colors
When applying heat transfers, we need to consider several factors.
One of the most obvious is comparing the transfer ink colors to the shirt colors. If you have dark text or design elements in your logo and it’s going on dark shirts, we can switch the ink to a lighter color. If you are printing a number of different colors, especially a mix of light and dark colors, you would have to split the transfer order into one order of dark ink and one with light ink, which would be more expensive. A more cost effective and flexible option is to place a thin light color border around dark elements so that they will show up against dark fabrics. In the “SOUND” logo shown, the dark text has a white outline which allows it to be seen on both light and dark fabrics.