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IC Legacy White vs. Best White Plastisol Ink

 
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Default IC Legacy White vs. Best White Plastisol Ink

For years I have been using International Coatings Legacy White 7014. Recently I had huge issues with my local supplier. It is a shame because they were a great supplier for many years but they have really become a place that I don't want to do business with (putting it nicely). So I no longer have this local supplier for International Coatings and Excalibur inks. I have used several other white inks in years past but this International Coatings Legacy White 7014 has been the perfect white for us. I refuse to ever do business with our old supplier ever again. There is a second local supplier called Image Supply Source Inc., out in Buffalo, NY that we are looking into doing business with. At the moment we have been ordering everything online which isn't great if you need something that day. There is a website called: www.screeningsuppliesstore.com The have a white ink called: "Best White Plastisol Ink". Seems to have good reviews on their site anyways. Can anyone tell me if this is a good ink? It's pricing is way cheaper. Don't misunderstand, I'm not looking for a cheap product, I want quality like the Legacy 7014. Is this stuff comparable?


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