Learn How To Screen Print: Unloading Shirts From A Spray Tacked Pallet

Here’s an educational video inspired by my teaching and instruction here in Phoenix. That’s right; I got the idea for this video from watching my students try to pull a shirt off a pallet with spray tack. This is one of those pieces on information you’ll only get from an experienced screen printer and that’s why taking one of my classes would be more beneficial than taking one of those marketing scam classes. It’s a great example of teaching from experience and this video is a short tutorial to help you prevent ruining shirts when you pull them off a pallet that has spray tack. This is one of those things you may not think of until you accidentally ruin a shirt from the snap back of the garment from the pallet. When the garment releases from the spray tack it can spring on itself causing the fabric to ruin a freshly printed wet ink print. There’s a simple thing you can do to prevent this from happening to you and it’s easy to do. Follow along and learn about this tip that you’ll most likely use for a lifetime.

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