Spiritgreen wrote:In the past the instructions for Glow in the Dark ink have always been to use it where the design will look white during the day.
That now raises a question for someone who's ordered a more recent GITD print - is the ink whiter now? The last one I bought was Nocturnowl (it printed very well, though the blank ...), but I've also seen That's No Moon up close, and the GITD was really noticeably "yellow" which gave away its intended effect.
I've noticed TeeFury has some unusual variations though, like red fluorescent glow ink. Pretty cool.
AFAIK, TF doesn't print "in-house" so there isn't the equipment limitations or cost push to do the printing themselves as it is with Woot.
It would definitely be sweet to have more options like that, although special ink shirts don't get added to the 'all designs' catalog when they leave the top 20.
Wooters are spoiled by the back catalog nowadays. Back in the old days, no shirts were available "all the time" ...