Inkjet vs. Solvent Canvas - What's the difference?

Inkjet and Solvent canvas are both composed of the same materials, usually a poly/cotton blend or 100% cotton base.

The difference between the two types of canvas is the coating. Solvent canvas is coated for solvent-based printers, while inkjet canvas is coated specifically for use with inkjet printers. The ink receptive coating helps ink adhere to the surface of your canvas without smudging or run-off.

When coating or embellishing solvent and inkjet canvas, the same steps should be taken. Your can learn how to coat and embllish your solvent and inkjet canvas prints here.

If you have any questions regarding solvent and inkjet canvas simply comment below.

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