Learn Screen Printing: How To Keep Spray Tack Adhesives On Your Pallets

This educational video started out as a quick tips video where I wanted to share one simple tip that will help keep your spray tack adhesives on the pallet and not on the inside of the garment you print. But I ended up jamming in a little more info than that so this video is overstuffed with a few more tips that I had originally planned to include. Well I hope it makes sense but this video should help you out if you have ever experienced pray adhesives coming off on the inside of your garments when you pull them off the pallet. Remember that there are generally 2 types of spray adhesives. Regular mist and web are used without any flashing whereas flash mist or flash web adhesives are intended for use with a flash cure unit on press. If you use standard adhesives with a flash cure they will get hot and come off inside the shirt no matter what you do. But I’m assuming you know that much already because you have watched all of my videos, right? Check out the spray adhesives we sell in Phoenix and online and enjoy the video!

More about spray adhesives: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCEKFdMY0q0

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