How To Screen Print Your Own T-Shirts

Dehaze Screen Printing Mesh

  Dehazing screens is removing the stain or "ghost image" in the screen mesh that can be left after printing. The haze or ghost stain left in the mesh from the previous print job can be confusing when registering your screens on press for the next print job and the...

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Heat Press Transfer

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Degrease a Screen Printing Frame

  Degreasing screens is a very important step in preparing your screen to be coated with emulsion. By degreasing your screens, you can remove dirt and oil or other chemicals used in the reclaiming process. This step of degreasing will help your emulsion adhere very well to your screen mesh....

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Plastisol Screen Wash to Remove Plastisol Ink

  Screen wash is the chemical you want to use to remove ink before you reclaim your screens. There are different types of screen wash for removing different screen printing ink- such as plastisol or watebase ink. Screen wash can degrade emulsion, so only use screen wash if you are...

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