.357 Series

.357 Series
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This is your new weapon against dye migration found when screen printing 100% polyester and poly/cotton ink. Without a doubt, this is the most bleed resistant regular temperature ink we have ever created. Since this is a universal ink, it is also safe for printing cotton and untreated nylon.

Best Features:

* Amazing coverage and bleed resistance
* Universal ink - prints on virtually any fabric
* Very flexible
* Matte finish

Our Take:

.357 White is the closest thing we have to a one-print white ink on dark fabrics. The bleed resistance and coverage is outstanding on both smooth and fuzzy fabric. The .357 colors are perfect for those instances when screen printing a white base is either too challenging or time consuming. Also, due to the excellent coverage, colors such as royal and navy will not dramatically change colors when printed directly onto the fabric compared to when it is printed on a white base. Put simply, the colors cover in all situations which provides you excellent color consistency.

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480 Series

Simply the easiest-to-print plastisol ink for cotton and poly/cotton T-shirts, the 480 Series is the go-to ink on light fabrics or when a white underbase is present. This is also the best ink for wet-on-wet printing techniques as it will not build up on the back of the next screen as quickly as opaque inks.

 
 
Colormax Series

We stock an enormous color selection of the super-opaque Colormax Series including white.  These inks have been formulated to print on black and dark fabrics without the use of an underbase.  Great for preventing dye migration, the Colormax inks stay bright after many washes. 

 
 
Comfort FF Series

Softer prints.  Faster flash time.  Incredible fuzz hold-down.  Comfort FF Series white and colors will make your customers love you and your printers will thank you.  This is a very easy ink to print with as the ink viscosity is "fluffy".  The crazy-fast flash time will prevent problems such as scorching and shrinking.