UV Coating Fluid in wintertime

For most of the country. it’s been a rather mild winter. All that changed this weekend even in UV Coating Fluid in wintertimeIndianapolis where we are. We went from mid-40s and rain to, “it’s freaking cold out there.” And, believe it or not, your UV Coating Fluid is saying the same thing. UV Coating Fluid does not really like the cold.

So, our friendly reminder to you, make sure you keep your UV Coating fluid at in a warm place before you use. You should make sure you take the following steps to ensure it works for you:

Step 1 – UV Coating Fluid likes room temperature

Chances are, your UV Coating Fluid was shipped to you from another state. Sitting in the back of the truck, it is probably been cold. The cold temperatures most likely have altered the make up of your coating. Let it get to room temperature first before you try to put it through your UV Coating machine. It will perform better for you.

Step 2 – Shake it up a little, or just give it stir.

Think of your UV coating fluid is like paint, it needs a to be shaken up from its slumber or stirred up to mix the contents evenly. Make sure this is done first before running UV coating fluid through your UV coating machine. Again, it is important that after it has traveled, it gets the right attention, so it applies evenly on your documents and cures properly. After all, you don’t want to waste a penny when you are saving so much already.

UV Coating fluid, when applied, provides your documents with the right protection or shine to bring out the best in your printed material. To ensure the right performance, care needs to be taken in colder temperatures to ensure every project is perfect It’s not much more work, it’s just part of the process. If you following the steps given, your customers will be happy.

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Author: Garry Jones

is President of Lloyds of Indiana, an Online seller of print finishing products and services located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Garry is a thought leader in the ever changing landscape of marketing and printing.

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