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PINATA ALCOHOL INKS

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    Piñata Alcohol Ink

    Piñata Colors are highly saturated, fast-drying alcohol inks for any hard surface, including glass, metal, plastic, ceramic, stone, leather, resin, polymer clay, YUPO® and more. Indelible and impervious to water, Piñata Colors clean up with alcohol and re-wet themselves, allowing for unique effects and techniques not easily achieved with water-based inks. As a dye-based, highly transparent ink*, Piñata Colors are unparalleled for vibrancy. Only the most lightfast dyes have been selected for the palette. Acid-free with excellent adhesive properties, Piñata Colors are the go-to inks for all non-porous surfaces.

    TECHNIQUES
    fine arts, scrapbooking, crafts, faux stained glass, card making, resin arts, faux finishing techniques and staining wood and leather

    SURFACES
    glass, metal, plastic, vinyl, ceramic, stone, leather, epoxy resins, YUPO®, foil, wood, encaustic, Claybord™, fiberglass, acrylic, polymer clay and more

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    * #032, #033, #034, and #035 are stunningly reflective metallic colors made from real metal pigments. #036 Pearl is a metallic white made with super reflective mica pigments. It is terrific for mixing with the dye-based colors to create entirely new palettes of pearlescent inks. All the metallic colors are opaque and lightfast.
    ‡ #030 Blanco Blanco is also an opaque, pigmented color and is great for mixing tints and pastels.

    ** 004 Golden Yellow, 006 Pink, 008 Coral, 016 Blue-Violet and 020 Teal are NOT available in the 4 fl oz/118.29 ml size.


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