Using our range of PermaBase and PermaFix range of products correctly will guarantee wonderful results of your printed substrate. Please follow the following tips to achieve the best results:

Primers Family

 Glass & Ceramics 

It is best to apply all PermaBase chemicals with a lint free cloth or head cleaning swab evenly and allow them to dry fully. should take just a few seconds. Once printed, you can then apply PermaFix and use as soon as it is dry. It is recommended that you don’t wash the printed item for at least 24 hours, or you can use a heatgun and heat it up for 90 seconds, after which you should enjoy perfect protection of your item.

 Plastics 

Plastics are tricky as they are so varied. It is best to test each item individually in order to achieve the best results. Using the PermaBase for Plastics apply a single coat and use a heat gun for 15-20 seconds in order to activate the chemical. You are now ready to print.

 Metals 

Metals are not all created equally. It is best to test each item individually in order to achieve the best results. Apply a single coat and use a heat gun for 15-20 seconds in order to activate the chemical. You are now ready to print.

 PP &HDPE 

There are some very difficult substrates where the ink literally just comes off. We developed these primer kits which are heat activated prior to printing and have yielded incredibly encouraging results. Apply a single coat and use a heat gun for 15-20 seconds in order to activate the chemical. You are now ready to print.

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Primer Instruction Sheet