Find out how easy it has gotten to pretreat caps for digital printing on a Brother GT printer. By cutting the pretreat sheet down to the desired size, it is easy to pretreat the printable area. Click below for more information.
Non-Traditional Print Locations – DTG Pre-Treat™ Paper
Look how easy it is to use DTG Pre-Treat™ Paper to pretreat non-traditional print locations like sleeves, hoodies, off-the-shoulder prints and other fashion related areas. Click here for more information.
Remove the concerns when it comes to pretreating on dark colored garments using the Dark Garment Sheets of DTG Pre-Treat™ Paper. It is simple to use and makes the entire pretreatment process more accurate.
Remove the concerns when it comes to pretreating on light and bright colored garments using the Light Garment Sheets of DTG Pre-Treat™ Paper. It is simple to use and makes the entire pretreatment process more accurate.
No longer is an automatic pretreater needed for white ink printing on a GT Printer.
For years, garment printers have needed to rely upon automatic pretreaters to accurate apply the proper amount and even consistency of white ink pretreatment to a garment. However, most garment decorators have not like the cost associated with purchasing the equipment, the required maintenance to use it or the space it takes up. All of these issues are resolved with Pretreat Paper! Specifically designed to work the white ink GT Printers, DTG Pre-Treat™ Paper makes it easy for any GT user to pretreat any location of a garment quickly and easily. It comes in two different versions for Light Colored Garments and Dark Colored Garments.
Light Garment Paper
Designed specifically for lighter and brighter colored garments that are more challenging to pretreat without creating a stain mark, this type of Pretreat Paper is recommended for use on garments in the following color spectrum.
To learn more about using the Light Garment Pretreat Paper, click on the button below.
Dark Garment Paper
Black and dark colored garments have been a large percentage of garments printed by GT users. This type of Pretreat Paper is designed to work on the darker colored garments, which are printed the most with white ink, in the following color spectrum.
To learn more about the Dark Garment Pretreat Paper, click on the button below.