My ryonet white waterbased Discharge base has a nice soft feel, and nice opacity even without activator, so I want to use it in place of a white waterbased ink (again, with NO ACTIVATOR)
Is there any reason I shouldn't be doing this?
I test washed some prints with good results, I added warp...
I know once mixed, the ink has a shelf life of a few hours. But does the powder itself have a shelf life? I’ve been having some issues with my discharge ink as of recent. Discharge powder is a couple years old.
I wanted to reprint a bag I've made about 5 month ago, but having big issues with the performance of the Rutland discharge ink. Well, or more likely the user.... I attached some photos.
I tried different mesh counts, different amounts of pigment and activator..but all with the same...