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Lefranc & Bourgeois Transfer Medium
Lefranc & Bourgeois Transfer Medium

Lefranc & Bourgeois Transfer Medium

From9,63 €uni.
This medium allows you to remove the ink layer from a copied or printed material and pass it onto acrylic film. Materials needed: Transcryl, #10 spatula brush, hair dryer, cloth, and kitchen sponge. A 75ml pack can be used for 4 to 5 A4 transfers (21x30cm). Instructions for use: 1 - First, protect your workplace with paper or plastic; 2 - Choose an image you want to transfer. Cut the image, leaving a margin of 1cm all the way around. If you do not want to damage your image, you can take a laser or black and white color photocopy; 3 - Using the brush, apply the pure Transcryl on the side of the image (the Transcryl must be in contact with the printing ink of the chosen image). Allow to dry (you can use the dryer to accelerate the process, with a clearance of 20cm, let cool for 5 minutes between each layer). Repeat this process 3 more times, making a total of 4 layers. Allow the last layer to dry for 15 minutes. After 24h drying (4h minimum), accurately crop the image once it is dry; 4 - Soak the image in warm water for 30 minutes. Place the image face down on a flat surface and gently rub away the damp paper. Do not remove it with too much pressure, as it may damage the plastic film (it may be difficult to remove the paper from large surfaces because of the possibility of drier areas than others. In this case, use the sponge, frequently and generously moistened with water the surface dry). Once the paper is completely removed from the back of the image, turn over the plastic film created by Transcryl and you will notice that the ink in the image has been printed on the same film, the transfer is complete. Let it dry horizontally; 5 - The transfer can be glued to any surface: wood, painted objects, paperboard, styrofoam. On smooth surfaces: plastic, glass and metal, they must be pre-prepared with a clear lacquer or glossy acrylic paint, this will ensure the adhesion of the transfer. To avoid bubbles during gluing, smooth the surface with your finger or a hard roller. Allow to dry before handling. NOTE: transfers can not be made by applying Transcryl on plasticized surfaces (some magazine covers for example) or gelatinated (studio photographs). Available in 75ml and 250ml.
This medium allows you to remove the ink layer from a copied or printed material and pass it onto acrylic film. Materials needed: Transcryl, #10 spatula brush, hair dryer, cloth, and kitchen sponge. A 75ml pack can be used for 4 to 5 A4 transfers (21x30cm). Instructions for use: 1 - First, protect your workplace with paper or plastic; 2 - Choose an image you want to transfer. Cut the image, leaving a margin of 1cm all the way around. If you do not want to damage your image, you can take a laser or black and white color photocopy; 3 - Using the brush, apply the pure Transcryl on the side of the image (the Transcryl must be in contact with the printing ink of the chosen image). Allow to dry (you can use the dryer to accelerate the process, with a clearance of 20cm, let cool for 5 minutes between each layer). Repeat this process 3 more times, making a total of 4 layers. Allow the last layer to dry for 15 minutes. After 24h drying (4h minimum), accurately crop the image once it is dry; 4 - Soak the image in warm water for 30 minutes. Place the image face down on a flat surface and gently rub away the damp paper. Do not remove it with too much pressure, as it may damage the plastic film (it may be difficult to remove the paper from large surfaces because of the possibility of drier areas than others. In this case, use the sponge, frequently and generously moistened with water the surface dry). Once the paper is completely removed from the back of the image, turn over the plastic film created by Transcryl and you will notice that the ink in the image has been printed on the same film, the transfer is complete. Let it dry horizontally; 5 - The transfer can be glued to any surface: wood, painted objects, paperboard, styrofoam. On smooth surfaces: plastic, glass and metal, they must be pre-prepared with a clear lacquer or glossy acrylic paint, this will ensure the adhesion of the transfer. To avoid bubbles during gluing, smooth the surface with your finger or a hard roller. Allow to dry before handling. NOTE: transfers can not be made by applying Transcryl on plasticized surfaces (some magazine covers for example) or gelatinated (studio photographs). Available in 75ml and 250ml.
Size: 250ml07LB1210286
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Size: 75ml07LB1210285
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Out of format
9,63 €uni.