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which waterbase ink is the best (MATSUI, ICC, PERMASET)

Which is the best Water Base Ink, Between MATSUI, ICC, PERMASET?

You can rate each number between 1 to 10 (I need to purchase one of the inks for long term )

MATSUI
Using:
1. Price
2. Print on 100% Polyester
3. Print on 100% Cotton
4. Print on 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
5. Print on Silk
6. Fastness on washing
7. Pantone Mixing of ink
8. Usability of ink Additive and Support
9. Documentation on site about ink with support
10. Other Info:


ICC
Using:
1. Price
2. Print on 100% Polyester
3. Print on 100% Cotton
4. Print on 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
5. Print on Silk
6. Fastness on washing
7. Pantone Mixing of ink
8. Usability of ink Additive and Support
9. Documentation on site about ink with support
10. Other Info:

PERMASET
Using:
1. Price
2. Print on 100% Polyester
3. Print on 100% Cotton
4. Print on 50% Cotton/50% Polyester
5. Print on Silk
6. Fastness on washing
7. Pantone Mixing of ink
8. Usability of ink Additive and Support
9. Documentation on site about ink with support
10. Other Info:
 

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Re: which waterbase ink is the best (MATSUI, ICC, PERMASET)

I prefer Matsui. That being said it is a matter of preference, i would buy a quart of each try them out, see what you like best, then place your real order. There is also several different kinds of ink within the brands you listed, different series. There are many many choices, it isn't that simple, so like i said you need to try them for yourself.

For example i love the matusi 301rc series, not a fan of the 301w, and i use cci for discharge with matsui pigments.

I guess what I'm saying is that as you evolve you will be using several different kinds of inks for different jobs, quit stressing making the right choice, try them out go with what works for you, but i promise you in the future you will be using other types. You may like the metallic base from permaset better then the matsui one, it boils down to preference.
 

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i am using sericol. pretty good prices. not alot of info available online.

it is 12 ready for use inks that combine to make pantone colors.

all the colors are discharge ready.

i compared the sericol white to the ryonet/cci and i prefer the sericol. though honestly they both kick alot of butt.
 
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