I don't care much for plastisol inks (though I haven't tried the soft hand additive yet) and I want to offer a client an alternative to plastisol... printing white on dark blue shirts. I had wondered if it would work well to print with discharge white ink, discharge it on the platen, and then print over it in a water-based white? I have printed quite a few shirts with discharge white, but it's not really a bright, bright white, but a slightly off-white. It's a subtle thing but I'm not sure the client would want the discharge white alone since they're used to plastisol white which is very bright.
Anyone ever tried what I'm talking about?