White under base is used is when the color being printed is lighter than the garment being printed on. A white under base will always be printed in this case. A white under base will also be used when the artwork has white in the design. The only instance where this isn’t the case would be for white garments. We do not and will not print white on white.
Articles in this section
- What printing method does Print Partners use?
- What's the difference between Screen Printing and Direct to Garment (DTG)?
- How many colors can I use?
- What's the largest printable area?
- When and why is a white under base used?
- How are mockup images used?
- Can I change my order after it has been submitted?