Genesis Super Primrose
Wilflex Genesis (GNS) plastisol inks are specifically formulated for high productivity wet-on-wet printing. Although most Genesis inks are opaque, optimum opacity is achieved with Genesis Super inks. Genesis inks have excellent resistance to build-up. Genesis inks also may be used to print conventional cold-peel transfers. 10540GNS Genesis Base and 10680GNS Genesis Plus Base have similar print characteristics, but 10680GNS offers a matte finish and more opacity.
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