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🎨 32-Ounce Dark Blue Speedball Acrylic Screen Printing Ink: Enhance Your SEO Review




Revainrating 3 out of 5Β Β 
🌈 Printmaking Inks, πŸ–ΌοΈ Printmaking

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Description of 🎨 32-Ounce Dark Blue Speedball Acrylic Screen Printing Ink: Enhance Your SEO

PROFESSIONAL QUALITY SCREEN PRINTING INKS - The brand of choice for professional screen printers available across a broad range of colors. EXCELLENT WORKING PROPERTIES - Offers artists vibrant colors, great coverage, and consistent workability every time. PRINT WITH EASE – Unrivaled working time allows artists the ability to print without worry. WATER-BASED, ACRYLIC SCREEN PRINTING INKS - Ideal for printing paper, wood, and cardboard. Not recommended for use on fabrics. SAFE FOR THE STUDIO OR CLASSROOM - Carries the AP Seal; easy soap and water cleanup


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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Not Worth Your Time or Money

I regret my purchase of this printmaking ink for my Arts and Crafts project. Based on my observations, the ink dried out quickly and did not produce consistent results with the screen printing process. The only pro is the wide range of colors available. Unfortunately, the cons outweigh the benefits as the product did not perform well and was a waste of money.

  • Intense color and superior quality
  • Requires proper ventilation during use

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works perfectly!

I bought this ink specifically to print on paper with a 200 TPI screen. I added a little lengthening to increase the run time and got great results. I would recommend this product to anyone wanting to work with acrylic ink with a high thread count grid.

  • WATER BASED ACRYLIC PAINT - ideal for printing on paper, wood and card. Not recommended for use on fabrics
  • Not bad, but...

Revainrating 5 out of 5


This rating probably won't help most people considering this item, but I have to share my success. I watched a few YouTube videos showing how to dye synthetic hair, then bought this dye and a dark red to dye my synthetic blonde auburn or copper hair a darker, less vibrant burgundy. I poured 70 percent isopropyl alcohol into a clear spray bottle and then added some ultra blue ink to the bottle with some of this red to make it magenta. I then sprayed the mixture onto some of my cheaper hair ties…

  • SAFE FOR STUDIO OR CLASSROOM - AP stamped; easy cleaning with soap and water
  • Questionable purchase for seniors