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Inchiostri serigrafici all'acqua Texprint Mono pronti all'uso

Texprint Mono in 1 kg and 0.5 kg pots

Code: texprintmono

- For screen printing on natural fabrics and paper
- Dries at room temperature

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Texprint Mono Amex water-based ink in 1 kg and 0.5 kg pots

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To improve resistance to washing, we suggest using the Texprint universal catalyst.

Hot air drying accelerates the drying process and improves resistance to washing.

We recommend only adding the catalyst to the portion of ink that's going to be used, because the ink will become unusable within a couple of hours.

One of the key characteristics of the Texprint mono Amex ink is its excellent coverage. It's ready for use and can be diluted with water. 

Aquatech Texprint Mono Amex is autoreticulating and available in a variety of colours, it's also ideal for dark backgrounds. 

It's resistant to washing even without oven drying. Texprint mono Amex inks are ideal for fabrics which are unable to withstand high temperatures, or in situations where polymerising isn't possible. 


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  • Question di Agnita, il 8/2/2021 3:00 PM
    • I bought some water-based Texprint Mono inks from you for printing on cotton t-shirts. I also purchased a retardant gel to prevent early drying.
      But often, after I've used the frame and before stripping it, there's a lot of ink left on the frame and even rubbing it with my hand doesn't help to remove it.
      What might be the solution?
    • When working with water-based inks, prevention is always the best solution: the ink should never be allowed to dry on the screen, it needs to be cleaned away whilst still wet.

      The retardant can help, but it's the screen printing technique and the speed of the screen printer that are key.

      In any case, an abrasive sponge soaked with water can help to remove the dry ink:  even if it washes away some emulsion, this will only help the liquid stripper to work better.

      Make sure you soak the sponge with water, not with solvent: with water-based inks the solvent just creates a sludge that's impossible to manage.
  • Question di Amelia, il 5/30/2022 11:09 AM
    • Is it always better to add the RETARDANT GEL to the specific amount of ink to be used or is it possible to just put it in the original jar and mix it in there?

The reason for asking is I’d like to know if it will dry out or spoil the ink if it doesn’t get used for a long time.
    • The retardant gel that’s added to the ink doesn’t go off or go bad, so, in theory, you can add it all at once, up to a maximum of 3%.

      Higher percentages would slow down the drying process too much, including on the mesh.
      Having said that, since it isn’t always necessary to add gel, because it’s all dependent on the room temperature and the air humidity, we recommend adding gel only to the amount of ink you plan to use and only when necessary.

      Any leftover ink, even if it contains gel, can be poured back into the jar.
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