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DyePress: PolySatin Dye Sublimation Coating - Mugs, Ceramic, Glass, Wood -64 oz.
 

DyePress: PolySatin Dye Sublimation Coating - Mugs, Ceramic, Glass, Wood -64 oz.

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Check out our PolyGloss video demonstration on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLxiWi5Be-k 

The application process is the same for PolySatin. The main difference is PolySatin has a semi-gloss finish.

PolySatin is a 2-Part, Water-Based, Sublimation Coating for Ceramic Mugs, Tile, Stone, and Wood. 

This 64-ounce bottle will coat approximately 960 coffee mugs or 260 square feet


PolySatin
can be applied with common household tools, with easy water clean-up, and without toxic fumes. PolySatin is formulated to "match" the glazed finish of a typical coffee mug and provides a hard, scratch-resistant, semi-gloss finish over coffee mugs, ceramic tile, stone, and wood.

UV Protection: We strongly recommend applying a topcoat of UV protection like Rust-Oleum Crystal Clear Enamel Spray Paint (available at Home Depot and Lowes for $3.76) to ensure long-term color protection.

Rust-Oleum 12-oz Crystal Clear Gloss Spray Paint

 

Directions:
Step 1: Add 1 ml of catalyst per ounce of Poly. Stir thoroughly and let mixture settle for a few minutes. Mixture can also be thinned with up to 10% water. Mixture has an 18-hour pot-life, but can be re-catalyzed by adding 1 ml of catalyst to each ounce of remaining mixture.


Step 2:
Clean surface with water. If you are having a hard time getting the coating to cover the entire surface smoothly without “craters” or deep brush stokes, clean surface with rubbing alcohol or degreaser/solvent like Xylol to remove any oil, wax, or silicone left on substrate during the manufacturing process. Wash cleaner off completely with water.


Step 3:
Apply thin, even coat of Poly mixture with foam brush, fine-bristled brush, Preval sprayer, LVLP (low volume, low pressure) or gravity-feed sprayer like the one pictured below. 


WARNING: Wear face mask & eye protection if using a sprayer


Step 4:
Once dry, cure substrate in oven for 15 minutes at 325F.


Step 5:
Since dwell times vary according to substrate and method, here are a few examples to get you started. Press ceramic tiles face-down over foam padding for 9 minutes at 400F. Press wood face-up for 3 minutes at 375F with silicone pad between paper and heat element.Whenever possible, it's best to press substrates face-down over a foam (i.e. Vapor) or felt (i.e. Nomex) pad to get full contact with the sublimation paper.


Here is an example of a PolySatin tile:



Coated substrates have no expiration date. In other words, you can coat a mug today and wait 'til next year to sublimate the mug.



White Primer: If you are interested in covering woodgrain or lightening your substrate, check out our PolyWhite 2-step coating.

We sell our PolySatin as a kit and you will receive the following items in your kit to help you get started coating your own products.

  • 64 oz. Bottle of PolySatin
  • Catalyst
  • Measuring Syringe
  • Measuring cup

~All DyePress Products are Manufactured in Scottsdale, Arizona~ 

International Buyers – Please Note:
Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. Shipping insurance is included in the shipping charges. If your package is lost or damaged in shipping you will receive a new shipment or full refund whichever your prefer.

 

 

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