Therm-O-Boss Offers New Scented Thermography Powders
Press release from the issuing company
(Escondido, California) – Therm-O-Boss, based in Escondido California, has introduced a unique, whimsical collection of scented powders available for thermography or stamped images. The smooth melting thermography powders, offered exclusively by Therm-O-Boss, have been infused with color and scented, offering limitless creative possibilities. The scents, which are amazingly realistic, include, peach, apple, cherry, pine, chocolate, baby powder, coffee, peppermint, vanilla and hot cinnamon.
The red cherry, green apple or peachy peach powder can be stamped on a small sachet and tucked in a drawer. Yuletide evergreen is popular for greeting cards, baby powder is ideal for a birth announcement, and coffee will produce a business card that will not be forgotten.
Therm-O-Boss, in business for 23 years, manufactures over 200 thermographic powders and machine additives for the printing/hobby/craft industry. They also make laser safe powders (thermal and ultra-violet cure) that do not melt in laser printers and copiers. Their products are shipped all over the world. For more information or samples contact www.thermoboss.com.
Therm-O-Boss is a member of the Worldwide Printing Thermographers Association, the industry’s official trade association whose mission is to promote and advance the art of thermography, and the use and application of the thermographic process.
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