Top Secret Screen Printing Hack: The Chemical Behind Scorch Out Revealed

This is the most daring and bold screen printing hack ever to be posted to YouTube! Suppliers will be mad at me even though if you take the time to read the MSDS for chemicals the information is there. But in this video we discuss scorch out and I reveal the actual chemical that is most commonly used for this product. I actually do not sell scorch out and the bottles you see in this video were created as freebies for the Phoenix storefront. Now and then when a customer comes in with a scorched shirt problem I simply give them a free bottle of this chemical. You’ll have to watch the video to see what it is and be sure to stay for the ending where you’ll see the Captain Kirk of screen printing. Sometimes he pays us a visit 😉 I hope this information

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How to properly cut a tag off of a shirt for screen printers, and it’s fast!

Here is how we found is the BEST way by far to cut a tag off of a shirt, especially if they are not tear aways. This way has been fool proof for us, and very fast. We’ve seen way too many jagged, sloppy looking cuts, and it needs to be stopped, here’s how: Shown on a 50/50 American Apparel blank: If you have the shirt with the collar toward you, pull the tag back toward your body, then put the scissors on the tag and slide up carefully until it stops. When it stops, you can cut, and it makes it seamless. You’ll see in the video, for example, I show how / when it stops when I slide it up, then it’s ready to cut. Be sure to use fabric scissors, they always work best. To do multiple shirts, put them in a stack in the directions shown, then cut, fold the top one over, cut the next, an

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