A water-soluble blockout with drying characteristics
similar to Indirect Films.
Can be used full strength for touch-ups or thinned with water
if desired. Can be used in unventilated rooms since it contains
no organic solvents. Recommended for use on all fabrics, with
all stencil systems. Use only with non-aqueous inks.
- For direct emulsion and CDF Direct-Film stencils:
Pour a small amount of
Filler No. 60 onto the border area of the fully processed and
dried stencil on the printing side of the screen. Scrape
it evenly into the fabric, using a piece of cardboard or
plastic. Apply a second, "reinforcing" coat to
the squeegee side of the screen, if necessary.
- For Indirect System stencils: For best
register and a strong "knit" between stencil
and blockout, apply the Ulano No. 60 Screen Filler, as
above, when the screen fabric is dry, but before the film
is completely dry. Apply the blockout to the printing
side of the screen, going over the edges of the backing
sheet. Let the stencil and Screen Filler No. 60 dry
completely before printing.
- For touchups: Use full strength or thin
Screen Filler No. 60 with water and touch up as
needed with an artist's brush.
- To remove: After ink removal, but before
stencil removal, rinse with water.
- Use Extra Heavy Blockout
No. 10 for easier
handling, for coverage with a single coating, or with