Image Armor Platinum is a unique formula that provides smoother white ink deposits, resulting in brighter colors and fewer issues with discoloration and ghosting. Plus, our pretreatment is softer on the fabric, providing a better overall feel for your prints. Best of all, you need less PT than with other solutions on the market today - meaning you'll save time and money. Start improving your DTG prints today with Image Armor Platinum! Image Armor Platinum is a great choice for anyone who wants to improve their DTG prints. Our customers have reported significant improvements in print quality, including brighter colors and fewer issues with ghosting and discoloration. In addition, they've noticed that Image Armor Platinum provides a softer feel to the pretreated area, making it more comfortable to wear. And because you need less PT, you'll save time and money. Give Image Armor Platinum a try today and see the difference!
The PLATINUM pretreatment will work on a wide variety of fabrics, including this 50/50 Heather Blue Jerzees shirt. Note that NO pretreatment will cover an “air gap” (where the thread weave leaves open air spaces, but PLATINUM does a great job on making even 50/50's look great.
On this pale yellow Bella Canvas shirt the PLATINUM created a super smooth white ink film resulting in a striking color contrast with the print. Typical pretreatment discoloration can be reduced with PLATINUM in RTU form or by cutting PLATINUM with a little more water.
Tri-Blends are always a challenge to print. But PLATINUM can make this a little easier. Since there is polyester in the fabric content you can still run into dye migration issues but PLATINUM does a great job of making these typically difficult to print fabrics much easier due to our new formulation.
Baby Blue 100% cotton shirts can be a real challenge to pretreat without staining or discoloration. PLATINUM reduces this more than other pretreatments. We won't claim it will totally get rid of that issue (that'd be lying) because we can't control the residual chemicals often left in fabric from the mills.