Ryonet White Plastisol Ink - Qt.

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RyOpaque inks offer a unique solution for ultimate coverage on dark garments. Formulated to be especially opaque on the shirt, they are designed to eliminate the need for under-basing. Ryonet White is the most popular of the RyOpaque inks, specially formulated for and sold by Ryonet. We worked hard to find a creamy, easy to print texture that gave amazing coverage and opacity on the garment. It's a universal white ink that works great as an under-base, a highlight and on 50/50 blends (50% - 100% poly still needs a low-cure/poly white to prevent dye migration). 



Seven or eight years ago when my ex-husband and I screenprinted we used Bright Tiger White - I think it was a Wilflex ink, now I have used your Ryonet White ink and it's great. I love the soft hand feature, it's very easy to work with and has great coverage. Thanks again and have a great day!

—Pam Jones

















Size: 1 Quart



Preparation:


Screens must be coated with a plastisol or hybrid emulsion. Post-hardening the stencil is recommended for long print runs. If using with a pigment system, mix in pigment at the desired shade or level. A 1-10% is normal for standard pigments and up to 20% for fluorescent pigments. You may mix in Curable Reducer to help thin the ink at a mix ratio of 1-25% by volume. Adding reducers may reduce the opacity of the ink.



Application:

Print wet-on-wet without flash curing. Degree of color and wash fastness is dependent on proper curing.



Mesh:

A 36 to 305t/in. The mesh count being used will determine how much squeegee pressure should be used.



Squeegee:

A 60-80 Durometer. Can also use 70/90/70 triple durometer squeegees. Typically a heavy squeegee pressure is preferred.



Emulsion:

Use RXP, HiFi or any standard plastisol emulsion.



Cure Instructions:

Cure at 325°F through the entire ink film. Test dryer temperatures before a production run. Wash test printed product prior to beginning production run.



Clean Up:

Plastisol Screen Wash such as Citra Paste. You may use mineral spirits sparingly, as it may break down screen adhesive.



Mixing Info:

You may mix in Curable Reducer to help thin the ink at a mix ration of 1-25% by volume. Adding reducers may reduce the opacity of the ink.



First Aid:

See MSDS sheet for Emergency and First Aid Procedures. 



HMIS:

H (1) F (1) R (0) P (B). 



Storage Info:

Store in cool dry place. Elevated temperatures thicken product and shorten useful life. 



Phthalate free/compliant:

Phthalate Compliant.

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RYONET WHITE DOES EVEYTHING YOU SAID IT WOULD! GOOD STUFF! THANX FOR A GREAT PRODUCT

Best White Ink I've ever used!!!

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We have use various different types of ink in our shop from Mulit-Tech to Union but finally decided to try Ryonets White. I will never go back!! This is prints so nice and is so easy to work. I should have known. I love all ryonet products. Thanks for helping our business continue to grow and amaze everyday!!

married to the white lol.

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I've been looking for a white that dont turn transparent when cured. And this ink is the best I've encountered staying solid white.

Great ink!

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This is an awesome ink for printing on black to medium garments. Early in my screen printing career, when I first started Little Mountain Print Shoppe, I had purchased a white plastisol ink that claimed to be a premium white ink. That was far from the truth. Especially when I first started using the Ryonet White Plastisol ink. It's SUPER easy print and cures very well! Definitely purchasing this again in the future.

I love this White!!!

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I am just starting out in Screen Printing and the logo I am using for my company has a lot of white in it. I like dark shirts but just couldn't get my whites to print properly. I tried everything but to no avail my white was going on THICK and had texture. I was about to give up on printing White on Black then I found Ryonet White...it is much creamier than what I was using and I am happy to say I have put the issue behind me. Thanks Ryonet