Printing Info: It will eventually dry in your screen, so clean out your screen when you are done.
Drying Info: Let it air dry or force dry it with a fan or hair dryer. Then heat it to 320ºF for 3 minutes to cure it. You can use an iron to dry it. Cover the print with wax paper or a teflon sheet before drying. Check out How to Dry Water-Based Ink for a more in-depth look.
Cleaning Info: Washes up with water. If the screen stains, use Ghost-B-Gone! to get the stains out.
Printing Info: Won't dry in your screen. It's thicker than water-based inks.
Drying Info: Heat to 320ºF to cure it. You can use a heat gun to dry it. If using a heat press, cover the print with a teflon sheet before pressing, and wait for it to cool before peeling the teflon off of the print.
Curing plastisol requires exposing the entire body of the ink to 320ºF degrees. It dries to the touch at a lower temperature, so it is important to be sure that the ink is cured throughout. Once plastisol is cured, it should be wash-fast. A laser temperature gun can be used to make sure the ink reaches at least 320ºF degrees. You can also stretch the fabric after drying the ink and check to see if the ink elongates with the pull (reasonably cured), or if it cracks or breaks apart (not cured). Be sure your ink cures properly or your washability will suffer.
Cleaning Info: Use Wipe Out! and a rag to clean up, or ink degradent such as Sink the Ink to make it water-soluble and wash it down the drain. If the screen stains, use Ghost-B-Gone! to get the stains out.
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