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« on: March 20, 2012 09:10:00 AM »

I recently did some screening with Speedball Inks and the images are not very resilient even to gentle washing.
I heat set them with an iron and in the dryer, but it doesn't seem to have worked as the image is coming off my husband's t-shirt and it is just washed cold and not put in the dryer.
Any thoughts on better inks to use or fool proof methods for setting the images?
What do you do to make your images last?
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