- Soft Hand Prints
- PVC & Phthalate Free
- Bright & Crisp Color
- High Opacity
- Low Odor
- Low Viscosity
- Dry Cleaning/Iron Resistant
Ecotex® Water Based Screen Printing Ink Snow White by Screen Print Direct® is a stand alone white water based screen printing ink that is ready from the container and cannot be discharged. Snow white is bright and vivid. Water Based Ink produces very fine image detail, a soft hand and can be printed on high mesh counts. Our ink can be used with other inks to create multiple effects.
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Mesh Guidelines: 155-305
Flash and Curing Guidelines:
- Curing should be a minimum of 90 seconds at 320°F. For the best results 2-3 minutes at 320°F.
- Flash at 105°C/220°F - 7 - 12 seconds
Recommended Clean Up:
- On the press/in the sink - Ecotex® Water Based Screen Printing Press Wash
For Optimal Use:
- Mist the screen with water during high volume runs to prevent the ink from drying out
Emulsion Recommendations: We recommend using a water resistant emulsion such as WR-Blue or DC-Pink, both require mixing diazo. Remember to degrease your screen before coating emulsion, Hyper Haze will degrease and remove stains/ghosts.
General Testing: Before you do any large print, we recommend doing a stretch and a wash test to ensure you cured and printed correctly before going into production. Increase cure time if testing fails. We recommend only using natural fibers; best results will be seen on 100% cotton. Synthetic fibers will not discharge properly.
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I Know White is a hard color but this is the best white I have used so far, it cures more like a plastisol but i like it!
The GOAT of white water based ink
You think you know but you don't. Drop that inferior white water based ink and do you self a favor and buy this ink! Smooth & Creamy & covers like a dream.
It was great! Very smooth
Couldn’t be better
A little too thin for my taste but does the trick
I like using jaquard water based ink, but I thought I’d give this a try. It is lighter, and a little too creamy, and it flakes into little tiny pieces as it dries (dries much faster than other inks)It does its job but I still like jaquard ink it’s a little heavier and keeps a thicker consistency longer and I get much longer runs out of it. You’ll just have to work a lot faster with this ink.