1. Design the patterns in your computer, all image format is acceptable, but ensuring all image clear and high-quality.
2. Print your pattern onto the blank hydrographics film. Make sure the shiny side is up! You must print the pattern at Mirror output model, or your pattern will be an inverse image on the substrate.
The pattern must be printed on using an inkjet printer loaded with pigment-based inks(see our list of recommended printers). Dye, solvent, eco-solvent and latex type of inks will not work on this film – nor will laser toner printers.3. After your printed pattern comes out of the printer, you’ll need to use the tapes to stick the edges of the film, avoid the film curling.
Then spray Activator A(you can get it from my company) onto it. Spray enough of this liquid to fully and evenly coat the picture; don’t to soak it…
The newly sprayed print pattern will need to air dry for at least 10 minutes. If you want to dip quickly, you can use a hairdryer to make it dry in 2-3minutes