Screen Printing T-Shirts: Understanding And Using Textile Scorch Out

I uploaded this video late Friday because I have been busy trying to get ready for this surgery I’m going to have tomorrow. Please remember I will be closed from Tuesday through Monday next week most likely. I may answer phone calls and work online from home as soon as I am able but I don’t know how I will be feeling with one hand and the pain medication so we shall see. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. I will respond to all correspondences as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Many of you may have heard of a product called scorch out. This is a product we use to remove a yellowing of the 100% cotton fabrics due to overheating. Sometimes when we print white, ash, natural and other light colors like light blue we can experience scorching. This happens when the fabric gets too hot and the cotton singes slightly turning a faint yellow color. This yellow “staining” might be removed using a product called scorch out. If the garment is scorched too much then we will not be able to use the product to fix that. That’s what we call burned. So check out this video and learn about what scorch out is and how to use it. I also give you an example of what it might work on and what it will definitely not work on. So follow along as I explain to you what scorch out is, why we use it, and how we use it. If you have ever seen this occur with white shirts then you know why it’s important to have a bottle of scorch out on hand in the screen printing shop. Enjoy!

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