Archival inks really do a fabulous job. To season stamps both Rubber and cling Tim Holtz recommends that you season your new stamps by inking it up with Black Archival Ink, let it dry and then wip off any excess. After a few time doing this I am convinced my stamping is better Archival Inks™ provide lasting stamping results that are permanent on many surfaces. Get a crisp image that doesn't bleed over water-based inks and markers, acrylic paint, water colors, Adirondack® Alcohol Ink or Perfect Pearls™ pigment powders. Available in 24 vibrant shades in a standard size stamp pad.
• Acid free
• Permanent on matte and gloss papers
• Air dries on matte surfaces
• Heat set on glossy surfaces
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