What is difference between oily ink printed PVC film and waterbased PVC film
Oily ink, also known as solvent-based ink, is made up of a mixture of chemicals and resins. It is durable, resistant to fading and water, and provides vibrant color, making it a popular choice for outdoor signs and banners. However, it can emit fumes and strong odors, which can be harmful to the environment and to people handling the product.
Water-based ink, on the other hand, is made from a mixture of water, pigments, and resins. It is more environmentally friendly, as it doesn't emit fumes or strong odors, and is also safer for people handling the product. Water-based ink is less durable than oily ink, but it is suitable for indoor use, as it does not emit harmful fumes. Additionally, water-based ink printed PVC film can be recycled more easily than oily ink printed PVC film.