Merchmakr Water-Based Ink Starter Kit Deluxe

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Get started with water-based ink! Water-based screen printing ink is soft and easy to clean up! It works great with apparel, paper and cardboard!

The Merchmakr Water-Based Ink Starter Kit includes 9 4oz jars of water-based ink and 4oz of Ghost-B-Gone degreaser/dehazer to help make your screens have fewer pinholes and fisheyes, and minimize the ghost images left by your prints.

Includes enough ink to print up to 250 shirts!

Works with

Works with Merchmakr Works with Yudu Works with any standard screen printing system

  • 4oz Cherry Bomb Scarlet Red
  • 4ozThe Lemon Ink Yellow
  • 4ozBlue Monday Royal Blue
  • 4ozPurple Rain
  • 4ozOrange Crush
  • 4ozGreen Day
  • 4ozYoshimi Pink
  • 4ozNone More Black
  • 4ozWhite Rabbit
  • 4 oz Ghost-B-Gone! Degreaser/Dehazer

Compatible with all screen printing systems, including Merchmakr and Yudu.

Prints well on many fabrics, paper, cardboard or wood. 

Merchmakr™ water-based ink for screen printing is a ready-to-use, specially formulated non-flammable, PVC- and phthalate-free eco-friendly water-based screen printing ink. 

It can be used on 100% cotton, 50/50 poly/cotton blends, and some 100% polyster fabrics. For best results, always use a white underbase on dark fabrics.

Durable and washfast on textiles when properly set with heat.

Can be screen printed or painted on with a brush.


Special Instructions

  • Do not let Waterbased inks dry in your screen.
  • Temperature and humidity may affect how fast the ink dries.
  • You may want to use a flood stroke to give you extra time between prints.
  • You may lightly mist ink in screen with water to help prevent drying in the screen.
  • Important Note: If you want your Waterbased ink to be wash-fast, you must make the entire body of the ink reach 320ºF for 2-3 minutes.

Contains no harmful chemicals or toxic substances as known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, at levels which would require a warning under the California Proposition 65 (Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986) law.