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Printing Quality On a Canon G3260 with glossy/matte vinyl.Wet and faded results. Help!

Il try to keep this short and simple!

 

I'm trying to print some stickers on my printer on some Oracal 651 Vinyl, Both glossy and matte. Neither media seems to be absorbing the ink and is resulting in wet prints that won't dry and are faded. I've tried setting the printer to glossy paper and tried setting it through the printer itself and through windows. 

Nothing, Nada. 

 

I've tried looking online but nothing clear on youtube at least with my problem, just tutorials on how to print vinyl with inkjet printers.  

Any clues?

 

Thanks! 

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You need vinyl that is specifically intended for inkjet printing. 

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7 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

You need vinyl that is specifically intended for inkjet printing. 

Right, I understand that, I've received stickers from others stores before using Oracal 651, and I was trying to replicate the quality. With that being said, would you happen to know what is able to print on that kind of vinyl? I have "Inkjet printable vinyl" coming in later in the week so ill be able to test that but I really wanted to stick with Oracal. 

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Wouldn't expect anything to hold. Usually when you do stuff with normal vinyl you cut it, not print it. 

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