This new D-White discharge ink has really got the screen printing industry talking and its already out performing the competition!!
As soon as your open the pot of D-White Vanilla discharge ink you will see clearly that the ink has far more body and gels like a traditional plastisol ink, not like a water based ink. It is creamier and whiter than anything you may have used before.
This new product also has a fragrance added to the discharge ink to mask the odour of the ZFS activator which is the component added to this product to make the ink discharge the garment. This fragrance is a crystal clear vanilla scent which is sure to make your print room smell good.
This new D-White discharge ink is available in three stock sizes, they are...
How much squeegee pressure to use is dependent on mesh/fabric count (usually you will want to use heavy pressure).
Print wet on wet, no flash curing.
During long runs it is helpful to mist the screens that are on press with water.
Cure the printed fabric for minimum of 90 seconds at 171-176c
We recommend high volume forced air during curing.
Do not allow the print to dry before oven curing (the more moisture available, better discharge result).
The degree of colour/wash fastness is dependent on proper curing and hence is highly important.
Heat curing must be complete so that the activator odour is not retained, re-curing may be required.
Add retarder to prevent drying in the screens and provide more open time.