THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGLE REVERSE, DOUBLE SIDED AND SINGLE SIDED
Single reverse is a 1-layer material with printing on 1-side that bleeds through the fabric to the other side as a mirror image. It is generally a little lighter on the back side. Materials are usually knit polyester, nylon and 100D/lighter weight fabrics.
Double sided is a 3-layer option where 2-printed materials are sewn back-to-back with a block out liner between those two layers. The design then reads correctly on both sides. The block out liner is required so that the printed design cannot be seen through to the printed design on the opposite side. There are double-sided products that are 1-layer such as felt and PVC.
Single sided is a 1-layer material printed on 1-side with minimal to no bleed-through to the backside. Bleed-through will vary depending on the weight of the material. The back side basically appears unprinted. Some examples include table covers, backdrop banners and tents.