Comfort FF Series

Comfort FF Series
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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.

Best Traits:

* Flash cures quickly, protecting your fabric from scorching and shrinking.
* Fuzz-stopping technology.
* Excellent opacity on dark fabric.
* Best viscosity compared to any high opacity plastisol ink.
* Light colors such as daisy and gold do not require a white underbase.

Our Take:

A fast flash time can be so beneficial to the bottom line.  First, consider how often a flash unit will shrink the fabric.  This is so common with some of the thinner fabrics becoming more and more popular.  The slightest bit of shrinking will cause the next color (or even the same color in a print-flash-print situation) to not line up.  You don't have time for this.  Also, your platen glue will last longer and you may not need a cool down station or special equipment such as a Kwik Kool station.  When you add up all of the benefits, fast flash inks are well worth it!

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.357 Series

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.

 
 
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.

 
 
Dream White

The Dream White is quite simply the easiest cotton ink to work with.  The viscosity is perfect for manual and automatic printing.  The coverage on dark cotton is great.  It has just a pinch of puff to it for that extra boost of coverage needed to rise above the cotton fibers that often stick up.