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Inks & Plastisol
White screen printing inks (plastisols) are the backbone of most modern screen printing shops - it is the ink that is used everyday and is often the most versatile and important ink in the shop. Here you can browse our entire selection of quality white inks, or narrow down your search by the material you are printing on. Need help with choosing the right ink? Give us a call at 888-344-4657 and our award winning support staff will be happy to help you get it right.
Cotton White Inks
A selection of quality White Inks that are best suited for printing on Cotton materials.
50-50 White Inks
A selection of quality White Inks that are best suited for printing on 50/50 or blended materials.
Poly White Inks
A selection of quality White Inks that are best suited for printing on Polyester materials.
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International Coatings 7113 Performance Pro White
International Coatings 901 LF White
International Coatings Cool White
Rutland Silky Cotton White
Rutland Street Fighter Cotton White
Rutland Super Poly White
Texsource Cotton White
Texsource HO Son White
Texsource Universal White
Triangle 1706 Poly Excel White
Triangle Sta-True 1701 Phoenix White
Union 1070 Premium LB White
Union Athletic Gloss White
Union Maxopake Bright Cotton White
Union Maxopake Premium Brite Cotton White
Union Mixopake Super White
Union Unimatch 1000 White Medium Opacity
Union Unistretch White
White screen printing inks (plastisols) are the backbone of most modern screen printing shops - it is the ink that is used everyday and is often the most versatile and important ink in the shop. So which white ink is right? What are the differences?
White inks differ in a number of ways, and the first step is to identify the material you are printing on and match the white ink to the substrate - most typically that means cotton, blends (50/50) or polyester. When printing on other materials, additives may be required (such as a nylon bonding agent when printing on nylon).
Other considerations may be the viscosity (thickness) of the ink - this will be important when you consider the level of detail in your image, and subsequently the mesh count that will be required. Regardless of you situation, you can always count on Texsource for help. Give us a call at 888-344-4657 and learn first hand why we have the best service and support reputation in the entire industry.
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