Green Galaxy Comet White HSA Water Based Ink

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Daniel M.
Good white, Bad underbase.

I just want to start by saying that comet white is great when printing a straight white, or highlight white print. I love everything about it. Now i want to get to why im writing this review. Im writing this review because I hope the guys at ryonet see it and address it and I want to warn newer printers of the problems of using comet white as an underbase. I have been using green galaxy inks exclusively in my small print shop in NY (less than a year old). I have been running into an intermittent problem when using comet white as an underbase where the top color falls off after washing. I have called many times over the months with many different explanation as to why this is happening. I followed every suggestion that was given to me but still have this problem from time to time. It has cost me a few small jobs that I have had to refund or re-print, hundreds of dollars lost and embarrassment on my part. ( I re-printed the job with a discharge white underbase). I have spent hours and hours trying to figure out why this is happening, tinkering with my flash times and temps with no obvious culprit. First they told me I was over-flashing my underbase, and then the told me I was under-flashing my underbase. Neither seemed to work. I can say that I have noticed that it happens worst when printing runny green galaxy inks ( and pantone matched) on comet white. I know its not a cure problem because i cure the living heck out of it and even have tried heat pressing, and have still had the same problem. I really hope someone hi-up at Ryonet sees this review and they create a video addressing this issue and how to avoid it. This one problem makes me want to completely abandon green galaxy inks and go to a different ink manufacturer. Please help me fix this problem! If underbasing was not a problem, this ink would IMO be perfect. I will change my review if fixed. Thanks,


Hey Daniel, Appreciate the detailed review on the comet white. Most of the time this issue happens when the underbase is over flashed or the ink may not be fully cured. It's pretty rare that this is caused by under curing.. To further support you on this, I will have one of our reps connect with you and help dial in the issue. From my experience, it is best that we have you work with one person through the process of elimination, as the information can get overlooked if there are different reps giving you advise. Please feel free to follow up with me if you would like to follow up. Our rep should connect with you soon. Have a great day! Alex Castrillo

chago L.
United States
Comet white

So far this ink has worked great for all my orders. Green Galaxy Comet White HSA Water Based Ink Review
United States United States
Great product

This is the only white I use great product. Green Galaxy Comet White HSA Water Based Ink Review
Matthew M.
United States United States
Great Stuff

I fell in love with this stuff the first time I used it. Fantastic to work with with and looks great! Green Galaxy Comet White HSA Water Based Ink Review
Almost like plastisol.... but a bit "tacky"

This water based ink is almost the consistency of plastisol. It's not a bad ink. However when I used it as an underbase, the ink was too tacky and the shirt would stick to the screen pulling it out of registration. Can I add water to this ink to make it less tacky??

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