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Using Image Armor Ultra for Epson f2000

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Old June 27th, 2014 Jun 27, 2014 1:29:37 PM -   #31 (permalink)
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Lol, not targeting you at all. When I post above I was at Detroit airport. Now in Philly
Heat transfer industry.( If someone came from) it works.
But not in DTG world. We are dealing with wet ink. We not dealing with back of heat transfer paper. Let's go next as title say.
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Old July 5th, 2014 Jul 5, 2014 10:51:03 AM -   #32 (permalink)
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It is 27 grams and on a 16x20. Is that enough?
This is only 16 grams for a 14"x14" area. Not quite enough.

A 16"x20" is 320 sq inches. At a total of 27 grams that's 27/320 = .084 grams per square inch.

So 196 sq inches is 196x.084 = 16.5 grams. You need 18-22 grams for best results.
 
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This is only 16 grams for a 14"x14" area. Not quite enough.

A 16"x20" is 320 sq inches. At a total of 27 grams that's 27/320 = .084 grams per square inch.

So 196 sq inches is 196x.084 = 16.5 grams. You need 18-22 grams for best results.
So I need more pretreat?

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Unless you're getting good results. I'd say yes
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So I'm getting a yellow on a neon shirt. I used image armor on both sides and let it air dry and I still got a yellow stain. What is going on??

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So I'm getting a yellow on a neon shirt. I used image armor on both sides and let it air dry and I still got a yellow stain. What is going on??
Not just neon shirts. Many other colors also stains Red, Grey etc. Weakest point of Ultra. However, there is none stain Pretreat available now. Use on both light and Dark.
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What is the name of the non satin pre treat
 
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