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Wilflex Epic PolyWhite Plastisol Ink

by Wilflex
8 reviews
$50.95
SKU IKPL-FO20019548-Q
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Wilflex™ Epic PolyWhite is a non-phthalate plastisol ink designed to print onto 100% polyester and polyester blended fabrics. Epic PolyWhite is specially formulated to provide excellent bleed resistance, high opacity, and good coverage.

Features:

  • Odorless.
  • Excellent bleed resistance.
  • High opacity, good coverage.
  • Fast flashing.
  • Use as a first-down, underbase flash white or an overprint stand-alone white.

WILFLEX™ COMPLIANCE INFORMATION

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Curing Instructions:

Flash at 220°F (105°F) for 3 - 5 seconds and cure at 300°F (150°C).

Clean Up:

Ink degradent or press wash.

Storage Information:

Store at 65-90°F (18-32°C), avoiding direct sunlight. Use within one year of manufacturing date.

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4.4 Based on 8 Reviews
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11/09/2020
Shawn R.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Wilflex Epic Polywhite

Great! Lays flat cure very well. Easy to print

11/11/2020
ScreenPrinting.com

Hey Shawn! Whooooo hoooooo! That PolyWhite is one of our most popular white inks on our line for this specific reason :) Thank you so much for your review! Sincerely, Kayli B

JO
10/01/2020
Justin O.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Great products

It has been very easy to order consumables and find information to answer any of my questions.

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08/21/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product
Camo digital print

I was hoping this ink was going to prevent dye migration on digital camo jerseys, but it did not. However, i did use it on red polyester bandanas and it covered great.

08/21/2020
ScreenPrinting.com

Hi! For digital camo - or for any Dye Sublimated poly garment you need to use a base ink like Wilflex Armor Grey - which has a specific ingredient to "stop" dye migration. Please note: There are some fabrics out there that even the Armor Grey will not stop the dye migration on. Always test when printing on new fabrics as bleed can take up to 4 weeks to show up, but can typically be seen in a day or two. -Chuggins

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08/07/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product
Must have

This is the only white ink I'll use on poly and poly blend shirts. Works great.

DC
07/10/2020
david c.
United States United States
I recommend this product
The best

Smooth like butter

ScreenPrinting.com Wilflex Epic PolyWhite Plastisol Ink Review