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Simply Screen

Graphic tees, hoodies and other fun fashions are easier than ever to create with Simply Screen, a collection of fabulous fabric-ready paints and tools. Simply Screen's extensive color palette of waterbased paints and glitter (and foil) make it easy to add glitz to any item.
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Simply Screen Custom Silk Screen Kit
Make your own shirts with a few easy steps with the Simply Screen Custom Silk Screen Kit.
Simply Screen Get The Look Quick-Tips Video: Single Color Technique
Make a cool foil screen-printed tee with Simply Screen!
Simply Screen Get The Look Quick-Tips Video: Foil Techniques
Make a cool foil screen-printed tee with Simply Screen!
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Yes, all fabrics should be prewashed using soap and water following the manufacturer’s washing instructions. Most denim fabrics should be washed multiple times in hot water to thoroughly remove the sizing in the fabric.  DO NOT use a liquid fabric softener or a dryer sheet as this may prevent the paints from adhering properly.  If your garment is wrinkled, you may iron the fabric as instructed on the garment label. DO NOT use a spray starch product.
 
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You may choose to be creative when designing fashion apparel and use a ribbed or textured fabric, however, when screen print painting, you may lose some of the design within the ribs or over the texture. For best results, we recommend smooth, non-textured fabrics.
 
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Simply Screen Printing Paints are water-based and specially formulated to be used with Simply Screen silk screen stencils. Formulated with a thicker consistency, Simply Screen Printing Paints will set up on the silk screen stencil and flow through the screen effortlessly without bleeding or run under.  These paints are available in a wide range of fashion colors including the basic color palette, metallics, and bright neons! Formulated as non-toxic water-based paints, they are easy to clean up with mild soap and water and are made in the USA.
 
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It is not necessary to use a shirt form and/or sheet of cardboard between layers.  Thin, “tissue” tees and other very thin fabrics may require using a T-shirt painting form, sheet of smooth cardboard, or a piece of parchment paper slipped between layers as extra precaution.  Please evaluate your garment before beginning your design.
 
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