Working on printing t-shirts with the old rabbit skeleton design by Nicholas Bross. I am using decolorant instead of ink. What it does is remove color from fabric, but it has no bleach content. So it does not damage fabric. After the decolorant dries for a few minutes, an iron placed on top of the design makes the fabric's color vanish. We are all familiar with the stiffness of an ink print on a t-shirt. Not only does this stuff remove the shirt's color where you print your design, you can tint the decolorant with some silk screen ink to lay down a color while simultaneously removing the dye and the result is a much softer printed design. I haven't done the tinting thing yet but I have pulled a few prints on T-shirts.