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Light and Dark – Non-Staining DTG Pretreatment FBX-100™

4.8 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
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Non-Staining FBX-100™ DTG Pretreatment

DTG Pretreatment
FIREBIRD FBX-100™ DTG Pretreatment was created with you in mind. Below are some of the key benefits to using our FBX-100™ DTG Pretreatment with all of your Direct To Garment Prints.
Maximum White Ink Opacity for vibrant DTG prints, 33% brighter than other pretreatment brands
Non-Staining DTG Pretreatment on BOTH Dark AND Light Colored Garments (Patent-pending)
Advanced Washability, protects from color fade and fibers from unraveling (minimal “fibrillation”)
Apply LESS, Get MORE, use 50% less pretreatment than other brands to obtain optimal color
Wide-Open Application Window, easy to use and repeat perfect prints with excellent wash
Incredibly soft hand feel, does not “starch” the t-shirt
Versatile Curing Methods: heat press, conveyor dryer, hang dry
Long Shelf-Life, guaranteed for use up to one and a half years from date of manufacture
Easy To Use, no shaking is required since FBX-100 does not settle or develop chunks of solids
PROFITABLE, FBX-100 is the best deal in DTG
Money-Back-Guarantee: Try FBX-100 and let FIREBIRD Ink prove the above benefits to you and your DTG business
Low Odor

 

DTG Pretreatment Instruction Guide

To read the instruction or to print our your very own copy please click here

Compatibility:
All American™: Neoflex
Anajet™: FP-125, Sprint, Mpower (mp5, Mp5i, Mp10)
Belquette™: Flexi Jet, MOD1
DTG Brand™: Kiosk, Kiosk 2, Kiosk 3, HM1, M2, M4, Viper
Fast T-Jet™: TJet (SDT-1000), TJet 2 (SDT-1200), TJet 3 (SDT-1300), Blazer Pro, TJet Jumbo
Free Jet™: 330 TX, 500 TX, 700 TX
Lawson™: Diamond Jet
M&R Digital™: i-Dot 2100, i-Dot 4200, M-Link OV1
Melco™: FP-125, MelcoJet 2010, Melco G2,  Melco G3
MS Brand™: MS-Zero, MS-One, MS-Two
PolyPrint SA™: TexJet, SuperJet
Resolute DTG™: RJet- Is, RJet – R4, RJet – R5
Sawgrass™: Advantage
Veloci-Jet™: Veloci-Jet
MISC™: Easy T, Spectra 3000, Epson 4880/4800

FBX-100™ is neither produced nor endorsed by the above listed companies. User assumes liability in using this product. The above listed companies are registered trademarks of the respective companies.

 For CMYK printing onto light colored garments, canvas, and more try our FBX-VIVID!

Additional Information

Weight 10.00 lbs
Dimensions 7.0 x 7.0 x 7.0 in
Size

1 Gallon, 2.5 Gallons, 5 Gallons, 55 Gallons

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  1. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    Debbie and Dan

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    We have been using Firebird Pre-Treatment since the initial release of the product. We have found the overall performance of the Firebird Pre-Treatment to be superior to any other Pre-Treatment we have used (DuPont, Lawson and Image Armor). We have been testing the new FBX-100 formulation in our production environment for almost 1 month and have found that the new FBX-100 performs even better than the original formulation. Specifically, we have noted that the prints are more vibrant, we have not experienced any yellowing on light colored garments, and it works great with our new Epson F2000 printer. We are able to use less treatment with the Firebird product than with any of the other brands we have used. Not only is the product great, but the team at Firebird are a pleasure to work with.

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  2. 1 out of 1 people found this helpful
    marknull

    5 out of 5 from a brother user

    (verified owner)

    “I’ve Tested Every Pretreatment On The Market And Continue Ordering From you Guys. Everything else is going on ebay!”

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  3. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    evan

    5 out of 5 Owner Evan Karfinkel Ek Apparel

    (verified owner)

    So i have a little difficulty with staining before and after pre treatment , and i found that if i lower the heat press to around 300 degrees and do 10 second bursts with pet treatment we don’t stain. After printing we do the same 300 degrees and only cure the garments for 100 seconds no staining. PS these is with Gildan 100 % cotton tees

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  4. 1 out of 1 people found this helpful
    vtclassics

    5 out of 5

    We were getting ready to do a very delicate job, white on black fabric, and were not having the results we were looking for, with the pre-treatment we were using. Reached out to Firebird and we were introduced, not only to their FBX-100, but also to their enhanced white ink for the Anajet MP5I printers. The results were astonishing! We are finally able to print white on dark fabrics, without having to cross our fingers. The print is consistent and very bright. This has opened up a whole new world for us. Next, we will be testing printing on red and orange fabric, which has also been a challenge for us……will post result, when we test.

    Also, we printed on 50/50, 60/40 and 70/30 (poly/cotton) and had great results. Did wash tests and had no pealing or cracking of white ink.

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  5. Brandon

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Best pre-treatment I’ve used by far. Can’t imagine going back to anything else

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  6. Doug

    4 out of 5 Beats the heck out of what I'm "Supposed" to use ;)

    (verified owner)

    So, yeah… I know I’m supposed to be using ink direct from my manufacturer, and was warned against trying to use Firebird by their tech support… But after reading up I decided to give it a shot. Couldn’t be happier.

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  7. Anthony

    5 out of 5 Superb Pretreatment

    (verified owner)

    We love using Firebird Light & Dark Pretreat. It’s consistent, truly helps reduce the burning, and provides superb vibrant prints when utilized correctly. We will be customers for a long time.

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  8. anuck.suanlarm@gmail.com

    4 out of 5 Best white ink opacity I have seen yet!

    (verified owner)

    This is the best pretreatment that I have used so far for the Epson F2000. It works best if you’re printing white ink. CMYK prints don’t hold up as well, hence the 4 stars. It does smell, but the smell doesn’t last forever and disappears completely with the first wash. I don’t get staining, but I use less pretreatment than I would use for other brands. I use half the amount of Epson’s pretreatment. Shelf life is longer and I no longer have to shake the pretreatment vigorously before I use it.

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  9. Robert

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    We decided to give this pretreatment a shot after struggling with Anajet’s inhouse pretreat (which can not be heat pressed and stains fabric). The difference is amazing and the product is fantastic. No more messing around with fluid separation, shaking and agitation. No more mixing 50:50 blend of water. We use an automatic pretreat machine and every application is perfect and our whites have perfect coverage!

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  10. Jeffrey McGurren

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    FBX-100 has become a staple in my pretreating process for all colored garments. I have found that it has the most consistent results of any other pretreat I have used as far as avoiding stains on shirts. Black shirts were always an issue with shiny box stains but I no longer have that problem with FBX. I also like the fact that it seems to be very “clear” and a thin forumla so I feel as if it is not going to clog or build up residue in my petreat machine like some other pretreats might. With a high quality shirt (like Next Level Apparel) that requires an low to average amount of pretreat, even red shirts are not staining with FBX once cooled. The wash results are also seeming to be really good. No complaints from customers and I have tested myself with great results.

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