This package deal comes with a 32 fluid ounce bottle of Bubble Jet Set and a 16 fluid ounce bottle of Bubble Jet Rinse.
This amazing Bubble Jet Set liquid prepares 100% cotton and 100% silk fabrics to be printed with an Ink Jet or Bubble Jet printer using DYE based inks, and the RESULTS ARE PERMANENT! Just saturate your fabric with Bubble Jet Set, let dry, iron onto freezer paper, cut to fit your printer, print, let sit at least 30 minutes, rinse & wash gently with cold water and Bubble Jet Set Rinse to get the excess ink out (which occasionally causes some fading, depending on your printer and settings). The end result is permanent and washable. Use gloves & proper ventilation! It’s fast & easy! No plastic polymers to leave the fabric stiff!
The Bubble Jet Rinse is specifically designed to remove the Bubble Jet Set, any excess ink, and also has some additional fixative properties to keep the print from fading. Contains no perfumes or bleach, but does contain less than .001% Formaldehyde, if you are chemically sensitive. The Bubble Jet Set Rinse looks like a handy product to have around anyway, as it is good to wash fabrics in that might bleed or fade as it can make some of the dyes more permanent and works well to wash out the dye that isn’t. It also purports to remove waxes, knitting oils, sizing and mill dirt from all kinds of fabrics and yarns. Kind of like 2 or 3 products in 1!
The solution is reusable too! Just return excess to the bottle and continue to use until it is finished. Will last for ages!
*Note – Pigment based inks such as those used with Kodak ESP printers are not affected by this product. Pigment based inks have better archival (fade resistant) properties, and do not bleed as much as dye based inks, and therefore work well for wall hangings and other things that will never be washed. There is no way to make pigment based inks washable for clothing. For clothing, use printers with DYE based inks, after pretreating the fabric with this product, and the results will be washable.
Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)
***for natural fabrics–doesn’t work well on synthetics***