Does not contain any of the 6 restricted pthalates DEHP (Di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate), DBP (Dibutyl phthalate), BBP (Benzyl butyl phthalate), DINP (Di-isononyl phthalate), DIDP (Di-isodecyl phthalate), and DnOP (Di-n-octyl phthalate).
|Recommended Fabrics||Cotton, polyester and some cotton/poly blends. Always test print fabric before beginning a production run.|
|Ink Application||The 700 series inks can be printed right out of the container without any modifications. If thinning is desired for special applications, use ICC 1110 Curable Reducer for best results.
For softer feeling prints, add 20% to 40% 720 soft hand additive to the ink by volume. Reducing the ink with ICC 1110 Curable Reducer and using finer screen meshes can also greatly improve the softness of the finished print.
|Screen Mesh and Emulsion||Use 110-305 standard mesh or 43-120 monofilament mesh screens for best results. This ink will work well with dual-cure and photopolymer emulsions.|
|Cure Temperature||The entire print should reach 325ºF. Test dryer temperatures before a production run. Wash test printed product before beginning production run.|
|Clean Up||Press Wash will clean the ink out of the screen for color changes or library storage. When taking out the screens entirely, ink degradent is recommended to break down the ink into a drain-safe form.|
|Storage||Keep containers out of extreme heat or cold. Recommended storage at 65-90ºF. Avoid storage in direct sunlight and moist, humid air.|
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