Fabric Screen Inks are water-based, non-toxic, and non-flammable. Suitable for T-shirts, tablecloths, etc. For use on cotton, polyester, blends, linen, rayon, and other synthetic fibers (NOT for use on nylon). Also works great on paper and cardboard! Easy clean-up with water. Wash fast when properly heat-set. Jars have inner seal. Contains no solvents with no offensive smell. AP Non-Toxic conforms to ASTM D-4236. Can be screen printed or painted on with brush. For best results, pre-wash fabric and always pre-test before production runs. Mix with Speedball Transparent Base for transparency and Speedball Retarder Base to slow drying. Inks must be properly heat set. After ink dries, use a paper or cloth interface and iron using a household iron at medium to high setting for 3 to 5 minutes on each side. Available in Night Glo and new Fluorescent Colors in 8 oz. jars.
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How many shirts can I get out of this product?- Asked by Jerrett Gray on 08-Jul-13
This will vary depending on application (printed or painted), as well as the size and detail of the designs.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Jul-13
What is the recommended screen-fabric mesh size for printing with Speedball Fabric Screen Printing Ink? Would you recommend 10XX or 12XX or 14XX? I print on 100% cotton tees.- Asked by Sandy on 23-May-13
The recommended mesh size for this ink is 10xx.- Answered by MisterArt on 24-May-13
Will Speedball acrylic screen-printing ink dry and cure with just air?- Asked by missy on 24-Feb-13
The fabric screen printing inks must be heat set. The acrylic screen printing inks can be air dried.- Answered by MisterArt on 25-Feb-13
I would like to know if it is possible to screen print onto waxed canvas.- Asked by Wendy on 17-Jan-13
The Fabric Screen Printing Ink by Speedball can be used directly on canvas. However, if the surface is waxed, the ink will not adhere well as it is a water-based ink.- Answered by MisterArt on 18-Jan-13
What is the ratio of ink to retarder and transparent base?- Asked by Alyssa on 26-Sep-12
According to Speedball, to improve the lubricity (slipperiness) of the ink, you may add the transparent base. To slow drying or to prevent screen clogging, add the retarder base (1-2 tbs. to 8 oz. of ink).- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Oct-12
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