Shimmering colors. Iridescent screen printing inks can add a stunning iridescent effect to any print
The printer works well with textiles, paper and cardboard. It can be used to print on cotton and polyester fabrics, as well as linen, rayon, and other synthetic fabrics. Works great on paper and cardboard as well
A super soft hand and permanent result for fabric printing-the inks are heat set and cured on the fabric to produce a permanent result
APPROVED BY THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONALS - All colors come with the AP Seal wash with soap and water in the classroom or studio
AVAILABLE IN LIGHT AND DARK COLORS - Offer a greater degree of opacity without sacrificing any workability, making them ideal for use on light and dark colored fabrics.
Questions & Answers
Black fabric shows up well with this design, right?
How absorbent the fabric is, and how densely woven it is, seems to determine how fast it dries. The color shows up well under all conditions, but I found that on some fabrics it looked a little less opaque if I didn't apply it
Is it possible to print fabric blocks with this method?
I like your question very much! We do not manufacture block printing inks since they are developed to press through a mesh used in screen printing. Our Fabric Screen Printing Inks are designed to be pushed through mesh used in screen printing. Our recommendation is to use Speedball Fabric Block Printing Inks, which are
Selected User Reviews For Speedball Opaque Iridescent Fabric Screen Printing Ink, 8-Ounce, Amethyst
A beautiful shade of blue
My strategy for painting with these Speedball fabric inks is to dilute them like watercolor and apply them like paint A shirt. There is something special about this purple, and it adds a dazzling sheen to it. Additionally, the surface stays very well put once it has been heated for a bit. The product is amazing! I absolutely love it!.
| Jan 26, 2021
I am very impressed with the I highly recommend this product! I particularly like how professional the finish is and how well the quality is
used a stencil made with my silhouette machine and a brush and house iron to apply the paint.
| Aug 22, 2020
A bowl of oatmeal is thicker
This is awesome. I had a Wonder Woman shirt on and kicked butt and was I find the tshirt too small. I'll say it like this Hot I like the paint, but the design On the shirt that doesn't fit, it took two coats to make it nice and shiny.
| Aug 02, 2020
On a black fabric, the prints are very white and of good quality
I have printed it on a black microfiber sunglasses case and it appears well. In either case, my print will be very white or semi-white depending on the method I use, and this is exactly what I should get. A RECENT UPDATE A new 180 mesh screen gave me trouble, and this ink won't work on Because of the thickness of the ink, I have a hard time getting enough ink through the screen. When I do, the small holes cause some ink to bubble back up off of the There is a problem with the ink being too thick and when I pull the screen up, the suction doesn't pull the ink out of the mesh, the mesh in some places suckers the ink back into the fabric. There went some bucks down the drain for my new aluminum 180 mesh screen after I got some half-way decent results but squandered a lot of bags because I kept trying different techniques. plan on buying some latex paint tomorrow and experimenting with it, then thinning it as needed to see if it can be scrapped and used to hold my aluminum frame with 180 mesh screen and my diazo emulsion stencil. In addition to that, I will make a new screen using the speedball emulsion kit in 100 count mesh, like my old screen. In general, speedball emulsion kits work pretty well, but you will need to spread them thin and go fast. At least I got the emulsion kit, so when I make a new screen with 100 mesh I can do it the right way. I just want to point out one last thing that is kind of My eye just caught a statement on the ink container which says in LARGE LETTERS that this combination is not meant Where is it? As a result. It appears to be a safe ink, and I let it air dry if I have time. When I'm in a hurry, I'll apply the ink thin, then heat cure it at 200 degrees using the heat gun and a laser thermometer. My method involves heating it up once, letting it cool down to 70 degrees, then heating it back up to 200 degrees. It is usually possible for me to get the ink completely cured and dried doing this, but it is not always possible. We'd be much better off if we got a few days to let it dry by air. Please note that
| Apr 23, 2021
This product is not opaque or should not be used with dark fabrics
Ink for dark fabrics would be more suitable than white, so I ordered the opaque pearl white Speedball screenprinting ink for dark fabrics because white didn't appear to be available on Amazon. It is misleading to claim that opaque printing ink works well on dark fabrics if it is listed as being opaque and an opaque print ink is not opaque. The Speedball "0paque pearl white" print ink should not be advertised as working well on dark It looks transparent when printed on a medium dark blue and is pearl without the white. I was really disappointed because I did not have time to replace it with my first choice from now on-Jacquard super opaque white. You will be disappointed if you're expecting it to lay down opaquely on a dark fabric.
| Nov 05, 2020
Applications are easy to fill out
The accents on the costume of my daughter were painted with a small brush. We were able to work easily with the paint because it was a good thickness. Gold has the appearance of an 'old' gold, and is not too yellow-colored, which is what I was looking for. To set the paint, I used a heat gun, and it worked perfectly. Even when the fabric is stretched, it seems to hold up very well. Considering that it's a costume, I have not tried washing it and probably won't since it's a costume, but I would expect it to hold up well through.
| Jul 19, 2020
This costume looks like a human statue
An artist painted a costume for a statue of a human. When I painted the clothes, I used a paint brush and laid them flat to brush on the paint. To even out the consistency of the paint, I ended up applying two coats. After buying 2 jars in different colors, I painted an apron, hat, shirt, pants, belt, boots, and glasses, among other items. The remaining half of one jar is still on my table. While I have not yet washed the costume, I will make sure to touch up any spots that need to be done.
| Apr 30, 2021
I really like this product
The shirt was covered with about 100 bottles and two bottles of water. On most of the shirts, the design on the front is larger than the one displayed. In my role as a craft leader for American Heritage Girls, I taught this activity. It took me two bottles and 200 euros to complete the purchase. Though the design did not appear very well upon washing, it has stood up to the wash quite well.
| Sep 12, 2020