Bloqueador verde Galaxy Gamma Black HSA Agua a base de agua

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Tamaño: Cuarto de galón
Precio de venta$39.95


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Jake J.

So far so good

I used this product to under base a design then used a top print of Comet White, which I added the Warp Drive to. Printed well and held detail. I cure with a heat press so I was at a loss as to where so set me temperature and dwell time. I called Ryonet for answers. Always helpful, the Ryonet staff asked me if I added the Warp Drive to the Gamma Block as well which I did not. I was told in order to have a low cure temp I needed to the Warp Drive to the blocker as well. It does say you can do this in the product description but really doesn't mention it in the video. He only puts the Warp Drive in the white ink in the video. I followed the video's instruction. Because I didn't put the Warp Drive in the blocker, I had to use my regular cure temp which is 320 for 40 seconds. I was a bit nervous, but i did it, and it worked. No dye migration after curing. I've done this with garments before without a blocker and the migration was immediate in a heat press. So far, I'm impressed. Let's see if it hold the color. Sometimes, migration can happen days after the initial cure. My only suggestion would be to mention adding the Warp Drive to the blocker in the video.

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