Poly-White Low Cure Poly Plastisol Ink used For Materials Such as Polyester and Nylon.For the same price based on poly white prices, you can buy all the colors with low curing (flash at 200-230F and cure at 275-320F) ink for Polyester fabric-select colors from standard high opacity colors of our ink
(Must mention the color on your order!- Look at the standard colors for the selection & mention the color on the comment section before checking out For example for red, we have scarlet red, fire red, and flag red; write the specific red, blue, green or yellow)
Poly-White Low Cure Poly Plastisol Ink Athletic white plastisol ink, Poly-White, was developed for low fusion curing for all fabrics, low bleed, optically bright, and high opacity Phthalate-free white ink. Poly-White is a fast fusing(275-320F), ready to use without adjusting by ink reducers(it looks heavy but runs like spreading butter) white plastisol ink. You can use Poly-White For dark fabrics, we suggest using 110 mesh count for better coverage. The dwell time remains as for all inks for one minute & twenty seconds for complete curing of the ink. 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.
Poly-White may be used for all fabrics starting from cotton to cotton/poly, polyester, nylon, and PVCHighlights:
- A non-Phthalate Plastisol ink
- Right consistency or optimum viscosity so that the printers does not have to adjust the flow.
- Creamy and soft for easy printing
- It may be fused from 275 to 320F. The dwell time remains one minute and thirty seconds
- The flash should be quick and fast and you get the tack-free fabric to go for the second print
- Low bleed, if flashed under 200F ( some fabrics may bleed. If you have bleeder shirts, use Mustang)
- Excellent opacity & printability
- Offers great brightness and opacity
- For Print/Flash/Print 110 to 305 mesh count may be used (you may use xenon curable reducer if you need to further thin down the ink)
Xenon product does not use what they consider Phthalate plasticizers- There is always a possibility of Phthalate traces
Do not dry clean the fabric after ink application
Do not overheat the ink through fusion and dryer- low flash at 200-230F helps to avoid the bleeding of dyes and pigments into the fabric.
Pre-test the fabric for bleeding at lower fusion temperature (200-230F) Some dyes in the fabric may bleed in three to four weeks after printing.
Test for ghosting effect on 100% cotton