If you have bought dye sublimation ink in bulk or you have left over ink from a previous project, you may be wondering how you should store it safely. There are a few different options. If stored improperly the ink can separate or even grow bacteria causing it to be unusable. So,there's some thing you should pay attention to.
Firstly, you should let your ink avoid sunlight .Water based dye sublimation ink is very prone to bacteria. Therefore, avoid sunlight and too much heat. These two things can create bacteria. These bacteria can grow and cause your printer jets to become clogged and no longer operate correctly, eventually ruining your printer head.
Second,all ink should be stored in an airtight container. Most inks should already be shipped with a bottle that is safe to store. However, Too much shaking can cause air bubbles, which can mess up your printing. If bubbles and shaking occurs, allow the ink to sit overnight so that the bubbles will dissolve.
Thirdly,Another thing to keep in mind is to never combine colors. If for some reason one color has an issue with bacteria, bubbles, or air you don’t want to contaminate other colors as well. Leave the printer to do its job. You just focus on creating your best possible masterpieces.