Ink-Wash Shirt

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The Ink-Wash Shirt is a piece of clothing in Splatoon 2.
It is a 2-star item produced by Toni Kensa and comes with the primary ability Ink Recovery Up. It can be purchased from Ye Olde Cloth Shoppe for Cash 4,900 or from SplatNet Gear Shop for Cash 9,800.


The Ink-Wash Shirt is a predominantly black, long-sleeve, collared dress shirt. The shoulders and upper torso are white with a wavy transition on the bottom. On the left sleeve is a red pin with the Toni Kensa Toni Kensa logo on it. It resembles the Inkfall Shirt, just with the colors flipped.

Splatoon 2

Ink-Wash Shirt

Ink-Wash Shirt

S2 Icon Clothing.png
Brand Toni Kensa Toni Kensa
Ability S2 Ability Ink Recovery Up.png Ink Recovery Up
Cost Cash 4,900
SplatNet 2 Cash 9,800
Rarity Star-full.pngStar-full.pngStar-empty.png


The Ink-Wash Shirt comes with Ink Recovery Up as the primary ability when purchased from shop or ordered from Murch. When purchased from SplatNet 2, it can have any other primary ability normally available to Clothing (with the exception of Ability Doubler). As a 2-star item, the Ink-Wash Shirt comes with two additional slots for secondary abilities, which may be increased to a maximum of three slots with a Super Sea Snail for each slot. Since it is made by the Toni Kensa brand, it has a higher chance of rolling Main Power Up and a lower chance of rolling Sub Power Up to fill its secondary ability slots.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スミヌキシャツ
Suminuki Shatsu
Ink-Remove Shirt
Netherlands Dutch Wittevlekhemd White spot shirt
France French (NOE) Chemise tache blanche White spot shirt
Germany German Ink Blocking-Hemd Flip Flipped (version of the) ink-blocking shirt[note 1]
Italy Italian Camicia Tintacolante Ink drip shirt
Russia Russian Рубашка «Ле Плюх»
Rubashka "Le Plyukh"
"Le Splat" shirt
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Camisa destintada Unstained shirt
Spain Spanish (NOE) Camisa claroscuro Chiaroscuro shirt

Translation notes

  1. 'Ink-blocking' is a reference to color-blocking | With the word "flip" (flipped) is a reference made to the German name of the Inkfall Shirt