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SK Pretreatment for Garments - for use with any DTG Printer

Size
 
Garment   Price
Dark
$15.00
Light
$15.00

Introducing SK Direct-to-Garment Pretreatment Liquid

This new pretreatment for DTG has been a best seller in Asia Pacific markets produced by one of the most experienced chemical producers in the garment and textile industries. It delivers beautiful images on both light and dark garments (select the LIGHT PRETREAT for light garments, and the DARK PRETREAT for dark garments). The fluid is easy to apply, dries soft to the touch and can be cured with either tunnel dryer or heat press without staining. Designed to work with all DTG printers including Ricoh DTG printers.

Brighter & More Solid Whites - The SK formula delivers beautiful bright whites with consistent opacity. Up to 35% brighter than other brands.

Amazingly Soft Hand (Feel) - SK Pretreat Liquid has been engineered to balance minimizing fibrillation for the perfect print while still retaining the garment's original hand feel!

No Visible Staining - Pretreat with confidence with SK Pretreat! No more worries of pretreat staining your garments leaving an ugly discolored box around your graphic.

Increased Profits - You don't need to pay a premium price for quality pretreat. SK Pretreat is the lowest priced DTG pretreat in the market today!


WARNING: WARNING: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and use Protective Equipment (including masks and gloves) when working with specialty printing and curing products and processes (including DTF, DTG, UV etc.) as fumes and processes may be hazardous. We highly recommend the use of a fume extractor when working with DTF powder in addition to good ventilation and filtration in your work area. The use of all specialty ink printing equipment and supplies such as inks, chemicals, powders etc. are at the sole risk of the user. Specialty inks and film require a good humidity and temperature environment (50% - 70% humidity, and 75° to 80°F) to minimize risk of ink clogs and film buckling.