Plastisol is a type of ink used in screen printing on textiles. It is made from PVC particles suspended in a plasticizing emulsion, and it is known for its ability to produce bright, bold colors that are opaque and have a glossy finish. Plastisol is the most commonly used ink in the screen printing industry, and it is suitable for printing on a wide range of materials, including cotton, polyester, and nylon. One of the benefits of plastisol is that it can be printed on top of other layers of ink without bleeding or bleeding through to the other side. This makes it an ideal choice for printing multi-color designs and for printing on dark-colored garments.