A. The DASS Premium Transfer Film has more inkjet coating than the DASS Classic Transfer Film. This extra coating is needed when doing transfers using DASS WonderSauce which is a thin water based product. Never add any liquid to the WonderSauce. The DASS Premium Transfer Film is also used for hand sanitizer gel transfers. The DASS Premium Transfer Film can be used for SuperSauce transfers if you are willing to experiment with adjusting the procedure. You will need to experiment if you use Premium film with SuperSauces. Always remove your brush from the WonderSauce jar at the end of the day and seal the jar.
The DASS Classic Transfer Film is for use with the DASS SuperSauces. It has less inkjet coating which makes it easier to do transfer using the SuperSauce Solutions. Fresco transfers to gelatin are created with the DASS Classic Transfer Film. If you use the DASS Classic Transfer Film with WonderSauce you will need to experiment.
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When a bottle of WonderSauce is left open it can dry out on the inside of the bottle where there was liquid. When this dried material mixes in with the liquid that can cause grit in the sauce which makes spots where the film cannot make good contact. That is why it is important to keep the bottles closed. If it does get this grit in the solution just strain the Sauce into a brand new bottle.
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Apply a quick sealing coat of the SuperSauce Solution. Use single strokes quickly and do not brush hard or you will dissolve the image. Just flow it on and let it dry. I have applied images to table tops and sealed them with 5 coats of the SuperSauce Solution. After that is down a Spar varnish can be applied to get a nice finish.
Your problem is with the matte black inks. I think it contains some greasy component that keeps it from be locked into the SuperSauce. If you use the Luster Epson profile that will use photo black ink. That profile is richer in color than the photo gloss profiles. If you are using the classic film you can skip the de-slime step and apply a quick sealing coat of the SuperSauce Solution. Use single strokes quickly and do not brush hard or you will dissolve the image. Just flow it on and let it dry.
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