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Creek Manufacturing Pretreatments

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  • Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT UNIVERSAL Pretreat For ALL DTG'S/ALL COLORS

    Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT UNIVERSAL Pretreat For ALL DTG'S/ALL COLORS

    Our universal pretreatment is a great product to make your shop's workers and/or your life much easier! Use on both light or dark garments! Temperature to press garments will depend on the color but for the majority of them will be at 342F/172C.  Please cure white ink prints at 342F/172C  for 90-130 seconds, it will also depend on your ink type to cure fully.   Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 3 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 3 intervals of 17 seconds each. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry. 3 presses push all the fibers down giving the best print. You may need to increase the amount of pretreat and drying time for thicker items 3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 3 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 23 grams of pretreat and 46 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $16.00 - $259.99

  • Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT UNIVERSAL (CONCENTRATE) Pretreat For ALL DTG'S/ALL COLORS

    Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT UNIVERSAL (CONCENTRATE) Pretreat For ALL DTG'S/ALL COLORS

    Our universal pretreatment is a great product to make your shop's workers and/or your life much easier! Use on both light or dark garments! Temperature to press garments will depend on the color but for the majority of them will be at 342F/172C.  Please cure white ink prints at 342F/172C  for 90-130 seconds, it will also depend on your ink type to cure fully.   This concentrated version you will need to add 4 liters of distilled water per each 1 Liter of concentrated pretreat, so the ratio is 1:4, you can go up to 5 liters but will need to benchmark at 4 to test for print quality and washability that is acceptable to you. We recommend starting at 4 for Epson or Brother printers especially if using a conveyor. You can test a small amount to start with. Please note that we are not affiliated with Epson or Brother. For every 3-4 liters purchased you basically make another gallon without having to pay for it, our concentrate is stable and money saving! You not only save there but on shipping also! Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 3 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 3 intervals of 17 seconds each. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry. 3 presses push all the fibers down giving the best print. You may need to increase the amount of pretreat and drying time for thicker items 3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 3 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 23 grams of pretreat and 46 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $55.00 - $989.99

  • Creek Manufacturing BLACK LABEL GTX OPTIMIZED Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat

    Creek Manufacturing BLACK LABEL GTX OPTIMIZED Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat

    Directions for Darks are below but you can choose to use the pretreat any of these ways you'd like. Temp depends on color of the garment but darks are usually best pressed at 342F/172C  and cured at 342F/172C when using white ink. Depending on the ink you are using you may want to cure from 90-130 seconds.  Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 3 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 3 intervals of 17 seconds each. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry. 3 presses push all the fibers down giving the best print. You may need to increase the amount of pretreat and drying time for thicker items 3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 3 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 23 grams of pretreat and 46 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $19.99 - $259.99

  • Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat (CONCENTRATE) FOR ALL DTG'S

    Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat (CONCENTRATE) FOR ALL DTG'S

    This concentrated version you will need to add 4 liters of distilled water per each 1 Liter of concentrated pretreat, so the ratio is 1:4, you can go up to 5 liters but will need to benchmark at 4 to test for print quality and washability that is acceptable to you. We recommend starting at 4 for Epson or Brother printers especially if using a conveyor. You can test a small amount to start with. Please note that we are not affiliated with Epson or Brother. You can test a small amount to start with. For every 3-4 liters purchased you basically make another gallon without having to pay for it, our concentrate is stable and money saving! You not only save there but on shipping also! This will help you to save money if you are overseas or out of the country because of the savings on shipping to you! Directions for Darks are below but you can choose to use the pretreat any of these ways you'd like. Temp depends on color of the garment but darks are usually best pressed at 342F/172C  and cured at 342F/172C when using white ink. You may also want to cure anywhere from 90-130 seconds depending on the ink type.  Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 3 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 3 intervals of 17 seconds each. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry. 3 presses push all the fibers down giving the best print. You may need to increase the amount of pretreat and drying time for thicker items 3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 3 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 23 grams of pretreat and 46 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $55.00 - $989.99

  • Creek Manufacturing Econo-Light Garment POTENT VIBRANT Pretreat CONCENTRATED (ANY DTG)

    Creek Manufacturing Econo-Light Garment POTENT VIBRANT Pretreat CONCENTRATED (ANY DTG)

    Please note our concentrated pretreat is a ratio of 1:5, 1 liter pretreat needs to mix with 4-5 liters water, which makes a little over a gallon of pretreat. You may need to test in the wash before changing concentration. Start low at 4 liters then go up as needed. For every 4 liters purchased you basically make another gallon without having to pay for it, our concentrate is stable and money saving! You not only save there but on shipping also! Shirts printed with this pretreat will need to be washed alone only in the first wash, if not staining may occur depending on the water in the town its washed in. Directions for lights are below but you can choose to use the pretreat any of these ways you'd like. Temp depends on color of the garment but lights are usually best pressed at 325F/160C and cured at the same temp or 325F/163C for 45 seconds. If you have a temperature and time that works for you then use it! Make your life simpler.  Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 2 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 2 intervals of 17 seconds each at 325F. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry.   3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 2 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 19 grams of pretreat and 39 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! UV results are not guaranteed, as we do not test all garments ever produced in the marketplace and we do not have control over what sealants there might be on the garments. This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print CMYK on light garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This does not work with white ink. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $42.99 - $774.99

  • Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat For ALL DTG'S

    Creek Manufacturing Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat For ALL DTG'S

    Directions for Darks are below but you can choose to use the pretreat any of these ways you'd like. Temp depends on color of the garment but darks are usually best pressed at 342F/172C  and cured at 342F/172C when using white ink. Depending on the ink you are using you may want to cure from 90-130 seconds.  Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 3 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 3 intervals of 17 seconds each. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry. 3 presses push all the fibers down giving the best print. You may need to increase the amount of pretreat and drying time for thicker items 3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 3 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 23 grams of pretreat and 46 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $18.99 - $259.99

  • Creek Manufacturing BLACK LABEL GTX OPTIMIZED Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat (CONCENTRATE)

    Creek Manufacturing BLACK LABEL GTX OPTIMIZED Generation 2 POTENT Dark Pretreat (CONCENTRATE)

    Directions for Darks are below but you can choose to use the pretreat any of these ways you'd like. Temp depends on color of the garment but darks are usually best pressed at 342F/172C  and cured at 342F/172C when using white ink. Depending on the ink you are using you may want to cure from 90-130 seconds.  This concentrated version you will need to add 4 liters of distilled water per each 1 Liter of concentrated pretreat, so the ratio is 1:4, you can go up to 5 liters but will need to benchmark at 4 to test for print quality and washability that is acceptable to you. We recommend starting at 4 for Epson or Brother printers especially if using a conveyor. You can test a small amount to start with. Please note that we are not affiliated with Epson or Brother. Any more water will cause skewed results but you can test on your end, it could be acceptable to you.  For every 3-4 liters purchased you basically make another gallon without having to pay for it, our concentrate is stable and money saving! You not only save there but on shipping also! Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 3 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 3 intervals of 17 seconds each. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry. 3 presses push all the fibers down giving the best print. You may need to increase the amount of pretreat and drying time for thicker items 3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 3 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 23 grams of pretreat and 46 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $57.00 - $1,010.00

  • Creek Manufacturing Econo-Light Garment POTENT VIBRANT Pretreat (ANY DTG)

    Creek Manufacturing Econo-Light Garment POTENT VIBRANT Pretreat (ANY DTG)

    This product is optimized to work with the Epson F2000/F2100 DTG printers. This doesn't mean it won't work with any other printer or ink set. It will work great with other DTG's as well and any ink set. It is not meant to work with white ink prints. Shirts printed with this pretreat will need to be washed alone only in the first wash, if not staining may occur depending on the water in the town its washed in. Directions for lights are below but you can choose to use the pretreat any of these ways you'd like. Temp depends on color of the garment but lights are usually best pressed at 325F/160C and cured at the same temp or 325F/163C for 45 seconds. If you have a temperature and time that works for you then use it! Make your life simpler.  Here's what Anthony Creek recommends: 1. Hang dry then press 2 times to push fibers down 8 seconds each press.  2.  Press 2 intervals of 17 seconds each at 325F. You need to make sure that the pretreat is dry.   3. Conveyor drying: Conveyor dry at 330F for 3 minutes and 2 presses of 8 second intervals depending on how much pretreat is applied.  Usually on t shirts you will need about 19 grams of pretreat and 39 for hoodies.  We strived to create a pretreat that is/does the following: *Conveyor Friendly with heat press*Decreases Pinholes*Knocks Down Fibers Well*Can Be Hang Dried*Works With Blended Garments*Enhances White Ink Opacity*Fewer Staining Issues Than our Previous Version*Works with many DTG’s*Good Stretch*Concentrate Available for Cheaper Shipping Options*Increase in Washability*Great Price AND BEST OF ALL DOES NOT STAIN IN UV! UV results are not guaranteed, as we do not test all garments ever produced in the marketplace and we do not have control over what sealants there might be on the garments. This Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is a great all in one solution to not have to switch pretreat! Triblends, cottons and mixed cottons will work well and print well. All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. Usually the pretreatment is a spray and you spray the shirt and hit it with a heat press. This lays down all the fibers, giving you a nice, smooth garment to print. Be sure to use our Kraft paper for darks instead of parchment paper to achieve the best quality print. The pretreatment also helps ink to adhere to the garment, giving you a more vibrant final print and little or no fibrillation (small fibers sticking up out of the ink) PRETREATMENT IS A SERIOUS PRODUCT AND SHOULD PROPER MATERIALS SUCH AS GOGGLES AND MASKS SHOULD BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN APPLYING. IT IS NON TOXIC BUT CAN BE TOXIC TO THE BODY IF INHALED. REMEMBER THAT PRETREATMENT IS GLUE, YOU BREATHE IN GLUE AND YOUR BODY WILL REACT TO THIS NEGATIVELY OVER TIME. 

    $19.99 - $234.99

  • Creek Manufacturing Poly Pretreatment GTX Optimized

    Creek Manufacturing Poly Pretreatment GTX Optimized

    This 1 Gallon bottle of Pretreatment is a non-toxic spray that needs to be applied with a machine or mask. This pretreat is compatible with the GTX printer All Direct to Garment Printers that print white ink on dark garments require some sort of garment pretreatment. This pretreat is compatible with the brother GTX. You will need to conveyor cure this pretreat and conveyor cure the ink, and give a light press of 60 seconds after the print is cooled out of the conveyor, this should be under 330F. Dwell time should be close to 15 mins inside the conveyor

    $29.99 - $380.00

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