If you often find yourself only being able to screen print a few ts-shirts at a time before having to stop and clean off the plastisol ink, then this article is for you. We have listed 8 excellent tips on how to prevent t-shirt ink build up from ocurring. 8 Ways to Reduce Plastisol Ink build upUse these 8 tips in order to get the most out of Multi-Tech's screen printing plastisol inks and reduce plastisol ink build up.\nWipe Multi-Techs Thinner PL sparingly on the underside of the screen.\nPrint with properly tensioned screens. High - tension stretch with as fine a mesh as possible (monofilament).\nReduce off-contact and squeegee pressure.\nUse sharp, hard squeegee (70- Durometer) with reduced angle.\nReduce ink viscosity with Multi-Techs Thinner DT and\/or MSB-100 Clear\/ Soft - Hand Extender.\nAdd Multi-Tech thickener paste, 1% - 3%.\nAdjust squeegee speed.\nAvoid overlapping color on color. But - register your artwork when possible.\n\nLawson Screen and Digital's eStore is equipped with an array of plastisol ink tools to aid you in your shop.