Sericol - Texiscreen Permatone CO
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Texiscreen Permatone CO is a water-based, 100% solvent free textile ink, designed for direct wet-on-wet printing on a wide range of natural and synthetic fabrics. Heat cured, the unique formula offers an unsurpassed balance of colour brightness, softness and durability to wash, rub and dry-clean, eliminating the need for additives. Permatone CO also has excellent screen stability allowing exceptional screen
|Sericol||Texiscreen Permatone CO Blue|
|Sericol||Texiscreen Permatone CO Extender Base|
|Sericol||Texiscreen Permatone CO Mixing White|
|Sericol||Texiscreen Permatone CO Red BS|
|Sericol||Texiscreen Permatone CO Yellow GS|
|Sericol||Texiscreen Permatone CO Yellow RS|
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I have just received the screen and just wanted to let you know I'm very happy with the service and quality and look forward to doing business with GJS again in the future.
I contacted this company a few months back because I was concerned at the amount of fly-by-night stuff that seemed to be available via e-Bay and I did not want to get burned, so looked for an established business. I have found GJS and in particular Greg excellent to deal with. I lobbed on their doorstep unannounced after talking to Greg via email and phone and said I wanted to buy an intermediate kit. It turned out they did not have a 1410 printer in stock so Greg immediately said he would up-grade to the next level 7 colour machine at no extra cost. We had some teething troubles with the printer which - may have been my fault. However there was never a suggestion of this and Greg replaced the printer with a new one without question. Now that we are up and running, I am very happy with the equipment. Note I up-graded to a Geo Knight mug press which now seems to have been the right decision as I think the horizontal loading of this machine definitely has benefits over the GJS one. Note this was Greg′s recommendation but only when I asked him which one he would prefer to use. In short, I would say that you can go ahead and by from GJS without fear that you will be left in the lurch or ripped off by them.