Low Bleed Additive For Excalibur Plastisol Inks

£99.95 excl. VAT

Colour bleed can present the screen printer with real headaches and Low Bleed Additve is one way of improving the ability of the ink to resist the propensity certain fabrics have to bleed colour into the ink.

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If colour bleed is causing you headaches, simply add 5% Low Bleed Additive to Excalibur direct printing inks by weight. Excellent results have been reported when this additive is mixed with 550PF Series High Opacity Inks.

For really stubborn colour bleed problems, we suggest the use of Defender, a first-down grey ink specifically developed to resist bleed from polyester fabrics. Defender is available in both the standard Excalibur Plastisol range and also in the Evolution PVC free range of inks.


Add 5% Low Bleed Additive to Excalibur direct printing inks by weight


Low Bleed Additive MSDS

Please Note:
Dye migration or colour bleed can occur up to two weeks after printing so it is imperative that fabrics are tested for dye stability before a production run.


Mixing & Testing

Always ensure that any additive mixed into Excalibur plastisol is very thoroughly mixed. We also highly recommend that test prints are done to ensure that all parameters are known and the required effect has been achieved prior to doing a production run.

Please note that these additives have been thoroughly tested in Excalibur plastisol ink and we cannot guarantee the same results if they are mixed with a competitive brand of plastisol ink.

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