Solvent-free viscosity reducer for water-based inks. It can also delay the drying time of the inks.
▪ Compatible with water-based inks
▪ Easy to use
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Print according to color sequence. A ready-mixed base is recommended to beginners on screen-printing. Otherwise, you can mix the color yourself. Just ensure not to incur over-pigment load.
To achieve a smooth surface print, heat press curing is recommended.
To achieve good color opacity and brilliance during screen-printing (manual), maintain medium pressure and speed with a 45º to 60º angle.
Keep the screen wet by flooding the screen with just the right amount of ink or keep the screen clean.
This technical data sheet does not replace the Safety Data Sheet and should be used according to its recommended purpose. Any person using the product other than that specifically recommended does so at his own risk.
While we endeavor to ensure that all recommendations about our products are correct, many factors may affect the application of the product. It is advised that the quality of the substrate, the condition of the curing method, and other printing characteristics brilliance before mass production.
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