Are you wondering which Wilflex white ink is the perfect fit for your screen printing needs? We're here to help you navigate through the options and make an informed choice. Let's dive into the three Wilflex white inks we have in store and explore what each excels at. By the end of this guide, you'll be well-equipped to select the ideal Wilflex ink for your specific requirements.
THE STANDARD CURE CHAMPION
If you've been a long-time user of Perfect White, Bright Tiger White is your new white ink. This ink is tailored for standard cure (300°F) applications and serves as a low-bleed white. If you're primarily working with standard curing processes, Bright Tiger White is your go-to choice. It’s one of the best white inks on the market that mattes down shirt fibers, creating the smoothest prints you’ve ever seen. Also, whether you’re printing on a manual or automatic screen printing press, Bright Tiger prints like a dream on both (especially on an auto).
LOW-BLEED, LOW-CURE ALL-AROUND PERFORMER
Bolt White is the ultimate pick if you're running low-cure inks. Whether printing on polyester-blended garments or cotton, Bolt White is a versatile, low-bleed, low-cure white ink that caters to your needs. It can cure as low as 260°F, making it compatible with both the Wilflex RIO Ink Mixing System, RIO RFU Colors, and FN-INK. This ink is your trusty companion for a wide range of garments.
THE POLYESTER SPECIALIST
If polyester printing is on your horizon, you need an ink that's up for the challenge. Enter Polywhite LC. Whether you're using a manual or automatic press, Polywhite is designed with you in mind. It's a low-cure polyester ink that delivers exceptional results and keeps bleed resistance in check. For those polyester garments, this ink is a game-changer.
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Bright Tiger White: Ideal for standard cure plastisol inks and matting down garment fibers.
Bolt White: Perfect for low bleed, low cure needs on cotton and poly-blended garments.
Polywhite LC: Your go-to choice for low-cure polyester inks.
If you're still unsure about which Wilflex white ink suits your situation, don't hesitate to reach out. Give us a call to speak with one of our service representatives. We're here to steer you in the right direction. And if you're looking for a specific Wilflex white ink that we don't currently offer, let us know and we'll explore the possibility of bringing it to you. Stay tuned for more informative guides, and happy printing!