Ecotex WR-BLUE is the Ultimate Water Resistant Diazo Emulsion. This textile emulsion is highly resistant to plastisol & water Based inks. Ultra durable solution designed for long print runs extremely water resistant. Before use, Diazo must be added and allowed to activate emulsion. It’s easy, just see Diazo for simple Instructions. Once the Diazo has been mixed it is ready for use. Apply to clean, degreased, dried screen with a scoop coater. Be sure to use appropriate application techniques. Reclaiming Ecotex WR-BLUE is easy with Ecotex Emulsion Remover. Requires more water to develop image.
NOTE: This emulsion comes with a bottle of Diazo.
Helpful Hints to Ensure Your Emulsion Lasts Longer Once Mixed:
Activated: 1 Week
So far so good it does the job it was intended to do will reorder this product again
When you’ve only just started screen printing and need something that works, is easy to clean, quick curing, and user-friendly this definitely checks all those boxes. When I’m in a pinch I always trust this brand to produce results. I like WR because it does everything a standard emulsion does except when you’re running lots of shirts over multiple days it definitely resists everything you throw at it during cleaning but is still a breeze to reclaim. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I really depend on this stuff because it’s never failed me before. I’ve had activated emulsion last me months in my *personal* experience and so a quart can sometimes take me 6 months to replace if I don’t happen to run out. I also like that it’s really easy to visualize the exposed emulsion, some other emulsions take a little more getting used to. I would recommend to any hobbyist, amateur, or veteran screen printer.
Ok so I bought this because I needed a suitable alternative to Speedball's Daizo Photo Emulsion. And it does it's job, yeah when washing out it needs a little bit of light scrubbing with a tooth brush but it comes out crisp. Just be very careful with the sensitizer packet, it's a little finicky. Especially when filling it. But all in all if you're working on smaller projects this is a pretty good deal for what you're paying for. I'm including pictures since it seems that no one has included what their screens looked like. Overall it's a decent photo emulsion and it's definitely cheaper than buying a small 8 oz jar of photo emulsion.
It is a great product. I emailed support and they responded quick. I just follow the instructions they sent me and worked. You need to use a 500w bulb. I am very satisfied with the results. I would highly recommend this emulsion.
Thinner than speedball green, burns in 4-5 minutes with 500 watt hologen, no glass or front cage.