Do you want a smooth, creamy screen printing ink that hardly leaves any feel
on the fabric? Do you want a screen printing ink that is non-toxic,
conforms to ASTM D-4236, doesn't have a strong odor, and is non-flammable?
Do you want a printing ink that works on nearly all fabrics? Do you want a
screen printing ink that will make you lose weight, will give you a tan, and
improve your love life?*
If the answer is yes to most of these questions, then this Speedball Screen Printing Ink is for you! It
does most of the above*, and more! It even comes in glow in the dark colors. The pearlescent opaque colors are really great on dark fabrics and not too plastic.
We are impressed with this ink and think you will be too. Washable and dry-cleanable when heat set according to the instructions.
8 oz. Jars
32 oz. Jars areSpecial Order items - please call for details.
For more info and to see how these inks stack up against the competition, see our Screen Printing Inks Comparison Chart.
*Please note: this ink will not affect your weight (unless you eat it
(please don't eat it)), nor will it give you a tan unless you paint
yourself (which is not really a tan anyway), however, it may affect your love
life (depending on what you print on your shirt).
What can I mix with Speedball Screen Printing Ink in order to thin it?
Speedball Screen Printing Inks may be thinned with water. Add in small quantities with complete mixing to the desired consistency.
What does the Retarder Base do?
The Retarder Base increases your open or work time by slowing the drying time. It also reduces the opacity of the inks.
How can I prevent the White Fabric Ink from becoming transparent on dark fabrics?
After the first screening, lift the screen, dry fabric with a hair dryer, and in precise registration, screen a second coat. Keep in mind that the final ink needs to be a thin, even coat to prevent cracking when washed.
Is peanut oil used in Speedball Inks and Paints?
No, peanut oil is not used in any Speedball products.