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MAKING INDIAN INK PERMANENT>?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Gates, Apr 27, 2004.

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  1. Gates

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    MAKING INDIAN INK PERMANENT>?

    Discussion started by Gates - Apr 27, 2004

    I want a nice simple recipee i don't wanna go though the trouble of boiling shit and etc....Peace.
     
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    unless you're buying cheep ass ink, india ink is already pretty permanent, i've used it for tattoos as a kid. i could be wrong.
     
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    rubbish heap - Replied Apr 28, 2004

    india ink is the definition of cheap ass ink. 8onus, you're right, it does work for tattoos. but that shit can be buffed with soap and water on most anything else. gates your better off ditching that shitty india and buying some pilot at an art store and some griffin at your drug store, and mix the two half and half. that makes a halfway decent ink (although i don't use it myself).
     
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    Gates - Replied Apr 29, 2004

    YEa it's cheap ass ink, i got some permanent higgins ink, it works well.
     
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    chumbawumba - Replied Apr 29, 2004

    Higgins Eternal is no better then India Ink, there was a short discussion on it in the ink thread. It is also used as a tattoo ink, but pretty easy to buff.
     
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    Easy E - Replied Apr 29, 2004

    who cares, use it straight. its something that works in markers and wont wash away in rain, thats all ink really needs to do.
     
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    Gates - Replied Apr 30, 2004

    DAMNIT
    oh well i got some city wide ink now, i should be set.
     
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    chez - Replied May 2, 2004

    Ok true ink dont gotta be permanent if ur in the burbs or just always have the chance to kill it and u dont mind puttin in the work(im sure noone does) Any way if ur in a city wit a strong buff permanent ink is useful personally i like to use a brake fluid mixture basically just mess with the amounts until u find sumthing u like. brake fluid corrodes metal basically it'll eat ur ink into a metal surface which should make it more permanent atleast more permanent then before
     
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