Product features

  • Best White for Polyester and Tri Blends. Ready and easy to use! Great ink for beginner and seasoned printers. Choose from our 30+ colors!
  • BRIGHT, BOLD & Highly Opaque. Creamy formula created to give all your prints a soft hand. Can be printed on virtually any textile that can withstand plastisol ink curing temp of 320 º
  • PVC & Phthalate Free! No toxic substances - Making it eco-friendly and safe
  • For best results use our Plastisol Press Wash to clean up afterwards. Reclaim your screen with Ecotex Emulsion Remover
  • Made in USA | 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or your Money Back! Formerly known as Poly White - New Name Same Formula

Product Description

DISCLAIMER: Color swatches are for reference only and is not to be used for final color matching. Shades may vary due to the color and resolution of your computer screen and/or your particular color printer output. We are not responsible or liable for color matches made with online color swatches.

Product Description: Plastisol ink is a great option if you’re looking for something to tackle most jobs. This ink does not dry out quickly on screen and has a long shelf life. .

Preparation Recommendations: Before coating your screen dehaze and degrease your screen with Hyper Haze then use AP-Blue or PWR emulsion. This product is not recommended for Nylon, Glass, Wood or mediums beside textiles

Printing Tips: When printing single print colors on dark garments, they will show best over a white under base. If you are printing direct over dark cotton, print-flash-print using a lower mesh count screen.

Flash and Curing Guidelines: Manual – Flash at 105°C/220°F – 7 – 12 seconds and cure at 160°C /320°F

Shelf Life and Storage: Exposure to temperatures above 90º F (32º C) can cause the ink to start to cure while it’s still in the container.

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