Best White Plastisol Ink
Best White Plastisol Ink or as we call it BestWhite™ is a perfect high opacity white plastisol ink, rich and creamy in its texture and spreads like butter, it is visually very bright and always the correct viscosity (great consistency)- not too heavy. BestWhite™ white plastisol ink is a non-phthalate white plastisol ink that fuses between 330-350F.
Use Recommendations for Best White Screen Printing InkBestWhite™ ink is recommended for cotton and 50/50 fabrics. Best white should not be used as a low fusion ink for polyester or Nylon fabrics.
Best White is a low bleeding ink, but not a non-bleeding ink - Which does not mean that the dark bleeding shirts would not bleed.
Use Mustang White "Virtually non-bleeding ink" to avoid bleeding. It is advisable for bleeding shirts (Usually dark shirts) that one should give a proper test to make sure of the non-bleeding effect of any ink before going to production.
The Best White fusion temperature is between 320-350F. The other important factors for bleeding purposes are the 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 are being used in that situation. For dark fabrics, we suggest using a 110 mesh count for better coverage. Stretch 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.
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