Poly-White Low Cure Poly Plastisol Ink is used For Materials Such as Polyester and Nylon.
Poly-White is a Phthalate-free white plastisol ink designed for low fusion curing on all fabrics. It provides low bleed, optical brightness, and high opacity. Poly-White is ready to use without the need for ink reducers, and although it appears thick, it spreads smoothly like butter. For dark fabrics, we recommend using a 110 mesh count for better coverage. The curing time remains the same as other inks, requiring one minute and twenty seconds for complete curing. After printing, stretch the fabric in both directions to ensure full curing. If the ink cracks or doesn't adhere properly to the fabric, it was not fully cured.
You can purchase a variety of colors of low-curing ink for Polyester fabric at the same price as Poly White ink. Choose from our selection of standard high-opacity colors. Remember to specify the desired color in the comment section before checking out. For example, if you want red, we offer scarlet red, fire red, and flag red.
Poly-White is suitable for various fabrics, including cotton, cotton/poly blends, polyester, nylon, and PVC. Here are the highlights:
- Non-Phthalate Plastisol ink
- Optimal viscosity for easy printing without flow adjustments
- Creamy and soft consistency
- Can be fused at temperatures ranging from 275 to 285F, with a dwell time of one minute and thirty seconds
- Quick flash for a tack-free surface before the second print
- Low bleed, with a flash temperature below 200F (some fabrics may still bleed, in which case Mustang ink is recommended)
- Excellent opacity and printability
- Provides exceptional brightness and opacity
- Suitable mesh counts for Print/Flash/Print range from 110 to 305 (you may use xenon curable reducer to further thin down the ink if needed)
- The dryer has to be maintained so that the temperature at the print is at 275-300F 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.
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