Anajet - Image Armor TRY BEFORE YOU BUY

Anajet – Image Armor TRY BEFORE YOU BUY Pretreatment Offer

Anajet - Image Armor TRY BEFORE YOU BUY



Image Armor is so confident that our DTG Pretreatment Solutions can make a difference in your shop that we are willing to send to you a free sample quart of the LIGHT Shirt and ULTRA Dark Shirt pretreatment formulations. All you have to do is fill out the form below completely and we'll send you some of the DTG Industry's leading pretreatment solutions at NO COST.

Anajet and Image Armor have teamed up to make the offer to you because we know that using and applying the proper pretreatment can make your DTG printing successful. The Image Armor LIGHT Shirt formulation is designed mainly for CMYK only printing on white and light colored garments. It will give you brighter colors, more vibrant details and better wash durability. The ULTRA Dark Shirt Formulation is designed for colored and black garments where white ink is printed giving you incredibly fast white ink gel times and better wash durability with a wider pretreatment application window that most other pretreatments.

Just complete the form below completely and we'll send out your pretreatments as quickly as we can. After you've had a chance to receive the pretreatments and try them out someone will followup with you to see how you liked the Image Armor family of pretreatment products. We know you'll like the ease of use and how it makes your DTG printing more successful and your prints look better - that's why we are doing this FREE offer.

We look forward to helping you grow your DTG business with Image Armor Pretreatment Solutions!

Image Armor Works Incredibly Well With Ricoh Based DTG Printers

Image Armor Works With Ricoh Based DTG Printers Like AnajetThe 2013 Philly NBM show proved to be an exciting time for Image Armor and those that have Ricoh based direct to garment printers.We wanted to thank Anajet for printing this fine sample for us at the show, which allowed Image Armor to do what it does best – protects the image. As can be seen in this photo to the left, the image was printed using the new Anajet M5 DTG textile printer, which utilizes the Ricoh print heads, on an athletic grey shirt using our soon to be released Light Shirt Formula (for use with white ink). With faster print speeds than other Epson based printers, typically the white ink may not have time to “flash” or gel up. Image Armor performed flawlessly by gelling the white ink up quickly allowing for a great looking final print.There are no excuses now for poor wash performing shirts in the direct to garment industry. Image Armor is here to Protect Your Image!