Speedball 8-Ounce Fabric Screen Print…


For Use On Most Fabrics & Other Surfaces
Great For T-Shirts!
Easy Clean Up!
8 oz. Jar

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Speedball water-soluble screen printing inks are made for printing on paper and textiles. Non-flammable, non-toxic and cleans up with soap and water. For greater transparency or economy, use colorless extender. 8 oz. jars.


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10 Reviews from Amazon

  1. 5 out of 5

    Great entry-level ink |
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    This ink worked well with Speedball's stock screens. Flowed well enough for single pass/pulls. This ink set easy in the oven and washability is good with an adequate coat on fabric. I was able to get 32 shirts with an ink-hungry design (25+ shirts were done with a 16x20 screen) done and had some left over (not enough to bother saving, though).
  2. 5 out of 5

    Very impressed! |
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    I used this to paint a faded jogging stroller. Worked GREAT! It only took 2 coats to take a faded purple to black. I heat set it with a blow dryer and have no rub off at all! 3/4 of the 8oz jar covered what you see in the picture and the back of both seats on my double Bob. The only reason I didn't paint the seat backs in the pictures is because it's pretty time consuming and I figure you won't be able to see that when the kids are sitting anyway. Maybe i'll use the rest of the jar to finish it one day. I couldn't be happier. Rinses from hands and brush much easier than latex or spray paint.
  3. 5 out of 5

    I enjoyed the consistency of this ink for use of screen ... |
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    fresh ink! I enjoyed the consistency of this ink for use of screen printing a graphic tee shirt design on 100% cotton shirts. It was slightly oily but not too loose. It had a good amount of absorption but still had it's own texture (slightly matte). It looks solid and sets well with a hot iron. One note: yes cheap black ink is acceptable- but cheap white ink is not!! For white you need Super Opaque - accept no substitute or your white ink will look grey.
  4. 5 out of 5

    Awesome~Covers in one pass! |
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    I bought the Yudu ink to go with my Yudu, and had to use ½ the bottle for one shirt. With this I used VERY little and was able to scoop up the excess and put back in jar! I now have all the Speedball colors! (and some of their other products)
  5. 5 out of 5

    Great product! |
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    I have used this brand of textile ink for years. I paint directly on the fabric, and it is so easy to work. It never disappoints!
  6. 5 out of 5

    Absolutely loved it |
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    This review is for the Speedball 8-Ounce Fabric Screen Printing Ink in black and orange I bought this Speedball Ink because I read reviews where people used it as a paint to dye fabrics on strollers or other garments. We needed a cost effective paint to be used on One Piece Comicon costumes for our family. My son used this to put spots on a pair of jeans for a Trafalgar Law costume and he loved how well it worked. He was able to use it just like paint yet it did not bleed through the denim at all. He had never done anything like this before and the ink goes on like paint and a little goes a very long way. He then heatset it with my hair dryer. We will be using the orange ink soon and I will be uploading photos of the costumes when done. All in all, for like $8, this is a ton of product and we loved using it. Our goal is to collect every color. We are extremely happy with the results. If I find more uses for it, I will upload photos. I am very thankful other Amazon consumers took the time to show their projects. It is what got me to try this ink. Oh!! I also bought a used pair of work boots for a character named Pauly which had scuffs on the toes. I mixed a tiny bit of the ink with a clear shoe wax and it made a black shoe wax perfectly. The one on the far left in the third photo with the black boots, those are them. EDITED TO ADD - the orange worked great to use as striped on a pair of golf pants.. photo has been added
  7. 5 out of 5

    A-MAZ-ING!!!! Covers even thick stroller material!!! |
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    Ah-MAZ-ING!!!! Bought a 3 yr old, VERY expensive jogging stroller from a friend, and hated the light brown/baby blue fabric print, so we decided to DIY and re-color. Everything I researched at re-painting strollers said to go for the fabric paint in a spray can. I've used it on furniture before, so I thought it would be easy. One can was recommended. Disaster. One can was gone after spraying only front seat area, and horrible discoloration. Decided to go with this Speedball Fabric Screen Printing Ink and a small, angled brush. Amazing difference. Like night and day. Paint goes on smooth, and covers even the light baby blue fabric in pretty much one coat (although I want to go over again just to get a jet black color) and it dries soft, not crunchy. And I'm barely using any of the jar and almost done completely with the entire stroller! Even though this paint is made for t-shirts for screen printing, it applies amazingly on tough, thick stroller fabric, and covers up lighter colors beautifully. Highly recommended!!!
  8. 5 out of 5

    Great product to get into screen printing! |
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    A staple for small run screen printing. I have used this with both "professional" screens and DIY screens/vinyl masks and it has worked wonderfully at all times. Very easy to work with and a little goes a long way. Works well on fabric and even makes for a nice textural element as screen printed artwork on matte board! Easy cleanup also makes this product a favorite to work with.
  9. 5 out of 5

    Professional-looking fabric ink |
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    Used for tshirt printing, it went on great and looked professional. I used it with a stencil on a silkscreen, and it spread evenly and has washed great. No fading on shirts I heat set, and minimal fading on my test swatch which was washed without heat setting.
  10. 5 out of 5

    Strong white pigment! Great consistency and quality! |
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    I bought this ink to use with freezer paper stencils cut with my Silhouette Cameo cutting machine. I used it to make a shirt for my son's first birthday, white on navy blue. The white stayed bright and strong with only one coat! Very happy with the consistency and appearance of this ink on my dark shirt! I used a sponge brush to apply the ink with the stencil. Sometimes it felt like I was using a lot of ink, but it was likely because the sponge soaked it all up. Plus, I wanted the white to be good and heavy, so I didn't skimp. I should mention that I also purchased the black ink and it was actually the first of the two that I used. I'm pretty sure I read reviews that said to use gloves, but I forgot. The seal under the lid was very hard to get off, even with the tab that was there for that purpose. My thumb and fingers ended up covered in the ink after wrestling the seal off the container. Because it was black, it was easy to see the ink everywhere it ended up, on my body and work surfaces. I also wasn't as pleased with my final result with the black ink project I did but it was almost surely my fault because I was afraid to use too much so I probably didn't apply a heavy enough coat. I also used a cheap boys white undershirt that stretched a bunch and cracked the design before I could heat set it. I used gloves with the white ink and the seal on the white ink container came off with the tab the way it was supposed to. My experience was great! But it left me curious. I've done screen printing a few times (took a class in college for my graphic design curriculum) and I feel like using a screen vs the freezer paper would be a more economical use of this ink. It worked great for this project and probably for others I will do in the future, but it left me aching for the screen printing method and experience. In fact, I've looked at the screens and other products available through Speedball and I might be persuaded to shift my focus to using screens instead of freezer paper.