Speedball Textile inks can be used with T-Shirts and Fabric that is going to be washed. Ready for use out of the container, simply put into the screen and start printing.This waterbased ink needs to air-dry and be HEAT SET for a full cure.
Heat Setting can be done by ironing the backside of the print or putting the air-dried fabrics in a clothes dryer. Testing should be done to determine proper heat setting.
You can also cure waterbased inks using conventional screen printing flash-cure units or conveyor dryers. Testing must be done to ensure proper cure is achieved using these methods as waterbased inks cure differently from plastisol inks.
Recommended mesh counts are 10XX - 12XX, or 140-200 Mesh Counts. Thin with water, Speedball Transparent Base, or Spectrachem Aquabase if necessary. For clean-up use warm soapy water or standard Screen Degreaser