Our purple Ikonart Textile Film is designed to be used with the Ikonart Custom Stencil Kit to create custom, reusable silkscreen stencils. This new purple film is just like our original blue Ikonart Stencil Film but stickier and slightly more rigid, which makes it the perfect film for printing on fabric, wood, and other textured or difficult surfaces.
Ikonart Textile Film:
- To be used with the Ikonart Custom Stencil Kit
- Perfect for fabric, textiles, wood and textured surfaces
- 2 clear exposure sheets are included in each stencil film packet
- Mesh Count: 110
- Sheet Size: 10 in. x 12 in. (25.4 cm x 30.5 cm)
- Available Pack Size: 5-Sheet, 10-Sheet or 25-Sheet
- Made in the USA (Duluth, MN)
- Quick Start Guide
- SDS for Ikonart Textile Film available upon request
If you are looking for a less sticky stencil for glass, mirrors, ceramic, chalkboards or other smooth surfaces, check out our Ikonart Stencil Film. Our original blue film was designed with a lighter adhesive for easier printing on smooth, flat surfaces.
If you are just getting started with DIY screen printing, make sure to also check out our Ikonart Textile Bundle. The bundle includes a 5-sheet pack of Textile Film, a Tacky Textile Mat, Speedball Screen Printing Ink, and a Black Silicone Squeegee. Save 15% when you buy the bundle vs. buying the products individually.
NOTE ON POST-EXPOSURE
Post-exposing our Ikonart Textile Film will increase the durability when reusing your stencils. After you washout and dry your stencil for the first time, just pop it back under the exposure light for a minimum of 2 minutes (we recommend 2-3 minutes; you cannot over post-expose the film). This step is absolutely necessary to increase the durability when washing and re-washing your stencil for multiple uses.
Bulk pricing is available for high quantity orders (5 or more 25-sheet packs). Please contact us for details.
Our stencil films are made in the USA at our headquarters in Duluth, Minnesota. They have been independently tested by InfoTox International to ensure they are safe when used as directed. They meet all health requirements of the Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act (LHAMA) and conform to ASTM D-4236.