Color bleeding March 08, 2022 13:44 Updated Color bleeding on sensitive materials Always run tests to ensure quality results Like traditional embroidery, the coloring may behave differently depending on the color and fabric used, and some deviations in staining properties or dye bleeding may occur. To minimize the risk of dye bleeding there is a soft proofing function available in the latest release of Coloreel Studio that reduces the maximum ink amount by up to 30% with only a minor reduction of available colors. To ensure high quality results, always carry out embroidery tests on the fabric to be used before start of production. Before production using any sensitive fabrics, tests should always be followed by a quality inspection after at least 72 hours. *Coloreel does not accept liability for any damage to property (including products manufactured or products of the purchaser's products form a part) caused by the Coloreel ITC Unit after it has been delivered and whilst it is in the possession of the purchaser or end-user. Comments 0 comments Please sign in to leave a comment.