Understanding the Differences Between Carded Yarn and Combed Yarn

Understanding the Differences Between Carded Yarn and Combed Yarn

Learn about the differences between carded yarn and combed yarn. Carded yarn is produced using a carding machine, while combed yarn is produced by combing the fibers to remove impurities. Carded yarn is less expensive and suitable for a wide range of projects, while combed yarn is stronger and more lustrous, but more expensive. Consider the properties and characteristics of both when selecting yarn for your projects.
January 31, 2023
Payment Choices: Credit Card, Bank Transfer, and International Wire Transfer options

Payment Choices: Credit Card, Bank Transfer, and International Wire Transfer options

Welcome to our bank details page. At checkout, we offer two options for payment: credit card and manual bank transfer. For credit card payments, we use the Iyzico infrastructure, a...
January 16, 2023
What is washing fastness?

What is washing fastness?

If you're in the business of custom fabric printing, you know that your clients rely on you to deliver high-quality products that meet their exact specifications. That's why at Jersey...
January 06, 2023
Colorfastness: Why It's Important for Custom Fabric Printing

Colorfastness: Why It's Important for Custom Fabric Printing

Learn about the importance of colorfastness in custom fabric printing. At Jersey Print Factory, we use high-quality inks and techniques to ensure fade-resistant products for fashion, home decor, and more. Visit our website to learn more about our B2B, wholesale, and digital fabric printing services.
January 03, 2023
Reactive vs. Pigment Dyes: Understanding the Differences in Fabric Printing

Reactive vs. Pigment Dyes: Understanding the Differences in Fabric Printing

Reactive dyes are a type of dye that is specifically formulated to bond with the fibers of a fabric, resulting in a durable, long-lasting print. Pigment dyes, on the other hand, are suspended in a carrier substance and fixed in place using heat, pressure, or a chemical fixing agent. Pigment dyes are generally easier to apply and can be used on a wider range of fabrics, but do not provide the same level of durability as reactive dyes. Jersey Print Factory offers both reactive dye and pigment dye printing options for custom fabric printing, and can help customers choose the right printing method for their needs.
December 28, 2022
What is Reactive Print on Fabric?

What is Reactive Print on Fabric?

Reactive printing is a method of printing that involves using reactive dyes to bond with the fibers of a fabric. This creates a print that is durable and long-lasting, as it won't fade or wash out over time. Jersey Print Factory is a custom fabric printing company that offers reactive printing as one of its services, and has the capability to produce high-quality, custom reactive printed fabrics in a range of materials. These include jersey, french terry, muslin, 4-layer gauze, canvas, twill, satin, linen, bamboo, rib knit, 2x1 rib knit, poplin, and viscose jersey. Customers can order as little as one meter or as much as 1000 meters per design, and can order a swatch book to see the available base fabrics. Reactive printing is a great option for clients looking for vibrant, high-quality prints that will last.
December 27, 2022
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Reactive Printing vs. Pigment Printing: A Comprehensive Guide

Reactive printing and pigment printing are two methods of printing designs onto fabric. Reactive printing uses a chemical reaction to produce long-lasting, vibrant prints on natural fabrics, while pigment printing uses a paste made of pigment and a binder to produce prints that are less colorfast but more resistant to fading and bleeding on synthetic fabrics. The choice between the two methods depends on the specific needs of the project.
December 25, 2022