Ecotex® Red High Viscosity Textile Emulsion

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SKU: TEX-TXRHV-2

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ZS
10/16/2020
Zane S.
Get this emulsion

I was having trouble shooting screens with other emulsions until I found Ecotex's TEX-RED-HV. I apply a coat to the print side and a coat to the squeegee side and have the screens dry for about 7-8 hours. I use a 500W halogen light about 15 inches from the screen and it takes no longer than 3 min to burn a perfect stencil. Using my shower head this emulsion washes out in no time without much pressure. Since switching over to this emulsion I can now feel confident with my home set-up. So glad to have found my go-to emulsion.

DB
06/30/2020
DAVID B.
United States United States
Good Stuff

I’ve bought this off Amazon before and it worked great. That’s why I got a gallon this time. Only thing is they sent me the wrong color. Doesn’t really make a difference to me so I kept it but just thought you should know. (I ordered red and got blue)

SF
02/17/2019
shizz f.
Dry It thoroughly

works well, took me some time to really dial it in but once I did, works like a charm

AR
01/10/2019
Alli R.
Does the job

Great stuff a little rough when reclaiming but does it’s job I will continue to order

K
12/13/2018
KH
Great Emulsion. Works Fine With LED.

This was my first time using high viscosity emulsion. It was a bit irritating at first because I didn't realize just how quickly it starts to dry out. However, once I got used to it, no issues at all. So far, the exposure time with my 50W(350W equivalent) LED seems to be between 25-30 minutes with the bulb 12-14 inches from the screen. The one real complaint I have is that the instructions on the container say to pry the lid off with a coin. I quickly discovered this to be quite difficult and frustrating. Use a flathead screwdriver instead ;)