LFP-1007 Glow ink contains maximum levels of phosphorescent pigments that store light energy when exposed to a natural or
artificial light source
For best results, flood the image and print using a sharp 70 durometer squeegee. A 65-90-65 durometer squeegee may be used
when a very heavy deposit is required. 80-160 TPI (32-120 TPcm) monofilament polyester tightened to manufacturer’s specs is
recommended. It is strongly recommended that a white base be used when printing on colored shirts. While the LFP-1007 can be
printed over colors, the darker the under color, the less glow you will see.
Use any direct emulsion or capillary film.
While we do not recommend modifying the ink, you can use our LFP-1002 Base and/or WOW-1015.
Cure at 325˚F (162˚C) over a 60-90 second period, depending on oven type and thickness of ink deposit. A thicker deposit will take
longer to cure as the heat must penetrate through the entire ink layer.
Use any of the commercially available products for the cleanup of plastisol inks.
QCM Plastisol Ink contains no leaded pigments and, when properly disposed of, has no environmental impact. Use a screen wash
for plastisols for cleanup. Scrape screens carefully and store ink for reuse. Minimize unusable scrap ink by segregating ink by color.
QCM PPR-901 Black pigment can be used to convert old ink into black ink for waste elimination.