How To Screen Print Shirts: Curing Plastisol Inks In High Humidity Tips

Here’s another screenprinting video about curing plastisol inks in high humidity. This is basically an extension of the recent summer heat tips video. It’s a quick tips video since I thought taking this little tidbit out as a standalone video might help out many people with a mysterious curing problem during summertime. So this could be repetitive for all you attentive viewers as I have mentioned this in a few previous videos. Now I take the time to address humidity and curing plastisol inks alone. I hope you enjoy this short how to screen printing tutorial.

Check out this screenprinting tutorial video about high humidity and curing plastisol inks for printing tee shirts. This is an extension and elaboration on our recent discussions that concern summer heat and humidity.  This is a quick tips video where we take the particular point of curing issues and humidity as a standalone tip. We have mentioned this many time before probably but now I hope this video will help answer many people’s questions about mysterious inks problems in summer time. Learn about the 2 most common ways to deal with high humidity and plastisol textile inks for screen printing. You’ll learn about the best way and the least expensive way to solve this issue. Whether you’re working with a flash cure or a belt dryer you’ll want to see this educational video. So follow along and get the best tips that come from an actual screen printer. Get in on these technical tips and thoughts from my personal experience. Learn how to screen print with Catspit.

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