Best White Plastisol Ink
BestWhite™, the ultimate white plastisol ink renowned for its superior quality. With its rich and creamy texture reminiscent of butter, this high-opacity ink guarantees exceptional coverage. BestWhite™ boasts a visually striking brightness and maintains the perfect viscosity, striking a harmonious balance that is neither too heavy nor too light. Crafted as a non-phthalate formula, this ink fuses flawlessly at temperatures ranging from 330 to 350F.
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For optimal results, we recommend using BestWhite™ ink on cotton, 50/50 fabric blends, and even for 60-70 percent polyester and cotton mix.
While Best White ink is considered low bleeding, it should not be mistaken for a non-bleeding ink. Dark-colored shirts may still experience bleeding. To avoid this, we suggest using our Mustang White ink, which is virtually non-bleeding. We strongly advise conducting thorough tests on bleeding-prone shirts, before proceeding with production, ensuring the desired non-bleeding effect of any ink.
To achieve a complete fusion and enhance washability, it is crucial to maintain a printing temperature of 330-350F for one minute and twenty seconds. Inadequate fusion can sometimes occur due to low voltage, so we recommend using a laser gun to test the temperature. We highly recommend conducting a fusion test on one shirt or Pellon to ensure proper ink fusion. Sometimes the higher temperature of flash units makes the Plastisol ink tacky- The best way to avoid that is to put a fan to cool down the ink for the next application.
Migration and sublimation, which occur at 300F, are important factors to consider when dealing with bleeding issues. To address this, flashing should be performed at temperatures between 250-275F while maintaining the dryer temperature below 300F. Typically, low-fusing inks are used in such situations. For dark fabrics, we suggest utilizing a 110 mesh count for enhanced coverage. After printing, stretch the fabric in both directions to ensure complete curing. If the ink cracks or fails to adhere properly, it indicates insufficient curing.
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The other important factors for bleeding purposes are migration and sublimation which both occur at 300F - So the flashing should be done between 250-275 F and the dryer should be maintained, for bleeding issues, below 300 F. Usually, low fusing inks (MUSTANG) are being used in that situation. For dark fabrics, we suggest using a 110 mesh count for better coverage. Stretch the fabric after printing both ways to make sure that the ink is fully cured. If ink cracked or did not stick to the fabric that means that it was not fully cured.
- The dryer has to be maintained so that the temperature at the print is at 330-350F for one minute and twenty seconds for a complete fusion that would give the image a longer washability and complete fusion. The ink sometimes does not fuse properly due to low voltage- Test the temperature with a laser gun. THE BEST COURSE IS TO CHECK ONE SHIRT OR PELLON FOR FUSION OF THE INK.
Highlights for Best White Plastisol Ink:
*BestWhite has been recently improved for more opacity and brightness.
- High Opacity.
- Rich & Creamy.
- Wet on wet printing.
- Matte finish.
- Visual brightness
- Great consistency
- Recommended only for cotton and 50/50 fabrics