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White Special-Effect Ink

(June 2010) posted on Wed May 12, 2010

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Destructo White is the name of the newesy special-effect formulation from International Coatings Co. (www.iccink.com). According to ICC, prints made with Destructo White crack and split apart when pulled, stretched, or crumpled after curing, which produces a vintage or antique look. The company says it developed Destructo White in response to customer demand for an ink that could imitate flaking or weathered paint. The ink is phthalate-free and press ready. It can be used on 100% cotton and cotton/poly blends. ICC notes that Destructo White at should be cured at 350°F (170°C), then stretched or crumpled on the fabric to achieve the desired effect.
 


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