Plastisol Ink - Brildor - Metallic Colours

Ink with metallic colours, suitable for screen printing on fabrics. Phthalate-free. It requires high temperatures to dry and doesn’t stick or block the pores of the mesh.

  • Viscous paste made of PVC resin, diluted in liquid plasticiser.
  • High coverage power.
  • Sale unit: 1 and 10 kg tubs.

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  • Manufactured in Turkey in cooperation with Brildor.
  • Textile ink with high elasticity, durability, and fastness to water.
  • Gold and silver coloured inks formulated with metallic pigments that give them a shiny and luminous finish.
  • Ideal for printing dark and light garments such as polo shirts, sweatshirts, backpacks, caps, and bags.
  • The ink is cured in an oven, which means that it won’t air dry. This removes the problem of the ink drying on the screen and clogging the pores.
  • Perfect for long production runs with breaks or periods of inactivity. 
  • It comes ready to use without the need for additional products. Just stir with a spatula and apply with a Shore 70-75A squeegee.
  • Instead of soaking it, it covers the fabric and gives it an embossed feeling.
  • High opacity and soft hand.
  • Suitable for meshes from 46 to 120 threads/cm, enabling high-resolution designs and smaller details.
  • Excellent fastness to washing.
  • Easy to use. Perfect for screen printing beginners.


  • Although they provide good coverage, we recommend printing the colours on top of a white underbase when working with dark garments. This way, the colour of the t-shirt won’t interfere with the print.
  • If the ink is too viscous, add a thinner. On the other hand, add a thickener if it is too liquid.
  • When printing in multiple layers, you will need to heat the ink to fix it between each process.
  • The more ink you use, the longer it will take to fuse.
  • A semi-cured ink layer feels dry to the touch. If the fusion is incomplete, the ink will crack and come off when you wash the garment.
  • If you don’t have an oven, you can cure the ink using a heat press, a heat gun or a heat lamp.


  • After drying, use a heat press to heat set the design for a smooth, matte texture. Press for 10 - 15 seconds at 160ºC by placing paper or Teflon over the design.
  • Use a manual or automatic carousel to make it easier to print several layers.


1 kg 10 kg
Container Ø11.2 x 14.5 cm
Ø27 x 27 cm
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