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Speedball Acrylic Ink - Process Cyan - 8 oz.

Speedball Acrylic Ink - Process Cyan


 
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Speedball Acrylic Ink - Process Cyan - 8 oz.

Speedball acrylic inks are water-based, nontoxic, highly opaque inks for signs, posters and fine art prints. Use them for printing on paper, posterboard and wood. Do not use on metal, plastic, or fabrics that are to be laundered.

These inks are ideal for for screen printing or painting on with a brush. They clean up easily with water and contains no solvents. They air dry quickly and provide a vibrant, glossy look on paper.

Suggested Mesh Count

For printing on paper and smooth wood, we recommend a 200 mesh screen or higher. For coarse wood or dark paper where heavier ink coverage is desired, a 160 mesh screen can be used.

Details
  • 8 fl oz.
  • Water-based
  • Non-toxic
  • Non-flammable
  • No Solvents
  • Made in USA

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December 9, 2018
Reviewer: Barbara Hanna from Lexington, KY United States  


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December 21, 2017
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Exactly what I ordered July 9, 2013
Reviewer: Melissa Stover from Berkeley Springs, WV United States  
I gave this 5 stars because I am satisfied with the description matching the product I received.  
I'm an artist making  hand-pulled prints on paper.  I love experimenting with colors & inks.  I've always used regular acrylic inks colors & never tried the process colors.  I'm still experimenting with this, so the jury is still out on whether I prefer process colors to the regular acrylic ink colors.


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