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These professional, permanent screen printing inks can be used on a wide variety of porous and non-porous surfaces, including vinyl, metal, clay, leather, and natural and synthetic fabric and paper. Ideal for commercial applications, they have a soft hand and a long open time, giving the user more time to work with individual colors.
Jacquard Screen Printing Inks are extremely lightfast with great resolution, and their opacity is unparalleled. They won’t wrinkle paper when screening art prints, and they’re washable and dry-cleanable on fabrics after heat-setting or air-curing for at least 72 hours.
Cleanup is easy with just soap and water.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
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By Lil G
from Whittier CA
Comments about Jacquard Screen Printing Inks:
I've only started learning screen printing and only used Speedball and Jacquard inks so far. Jacquard is pretty thick, but I didn't mix it with water because I was printing on color tshirts and was afraid it'll lose the opacity. The biggest difference between the two brands is the drying time. Jacquard takes forever to dry. I was doing multiple color design and had to wait hours between application, even hair drier didn't help much!#sweepstakes
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from El Paso
I use Jacquard and Speedball brand inks for screen-printing on fabric because they both do the job very well and offer different colors. "Super Opaque White" from Jacquard is awesome on dark colored fabrics!
I would buy this again!
Worked great on a foam trucker hat!
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from Cleveland Ohio
For printing boxes it work great. It drys fast in the screen so you have to flood the screen. If it starts to dry in the screen just clean off excess ink and wash the screen out with water. Fan dry for a short time and start printing.
from Madison WI
I initially ordered the wrong screen printing ink..but it was very easy to return and i received the correct product quickly!
from Vero Beach, Florida
The ink is thick with great coverage. I actually mix it with another ink to get the color I need and I add a little water. For my purposes, it works great and is a great value.
Super Opaque White is just that!
from Austin, TX
I've been screen printing as a hobby for four years now, and this is my first purchase of the Jacquard Super Opaque White. The name does not lie. It is a far superior brighter white compared to other inks. The only learning curve with this ink is that the consistency/texture is extremely thick and you really have to be careful with strings of ink hanging off your squeegee and getting white ink where you didn't intend. I also wish I could buy it in an 8 oz. jar because for me that seems to be the perfect amount. But other than that, I would definitely buy this ink again.
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Owl screenprint in Jacquard Super Opaque White
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Jacquard inks are great!
By Jamie, Illustrator
The only thing I would change, is the size of the containers. The small is *really* small, so if I need a little of one color for a shirt printing job, I always wish the small was twice the size. It would be great if Dick Blick would carry quart sizes too. This ink is so easy to work with! Love it.
Does the job well
Silkscreen on fabric
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
For fabric ink, I'll pick Jacquard over Speedball any day
By Coney NC
from Durham, NC
I print t-shirts, and was using Speedball Fabric Ink for years. I thought that shirt ink just wore off over time, and that's how things were. Then a friend introduced me to Jacquard ink, and I'm completely hooked! It rinses off the screen easier, it wears on fabric WAY better than Speedball, and it comes very thick so you can thin it to the density you like. Great choice of colors, very nice to print with. You can use the same ink for paper, too.
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