WHAT TAGLESS PRINTING INK COMPLIANCE SHOULD I LOOK FOR?
Ink compliance is rather strict, yet necessary, step in the process of selling finished goods. It is important tagless printing ink meets the industry standard of meeting CPSIA (Consumer Product and Safety Act) and Proposition 65 standards. NAMSA certification is also important. It certifies the ink does not cause skin irritation. Perhaps the most important certification for garment printing ink is the Oeko Tex Eco-Passport, which determines the ink has no harmful effect on humans or the environment.
In addition, larger garment manufacturers have their own compliance standards. Restricted Substances List (RSL) are items not allowed to be on their product. Each is unique to their own respective company.