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    Manufacturer: Couture Creations

    Adco Alcohol Ink Teakwood Sienna 12ml

    R69,00 incl VAT
    Alcohol Inks are an acid-free, highly-pigmented, and fast-drying medium to be used on non-porous surfaces. Add drops of ink to a wet resin surface to make interesting patterns. Mix clear resin and add it to a mold or jewelry bezel. Then, add alcohol ink to the epoxy surface, letting it spread. 💡 Pro tip: The alcohol ink will make a new color where the two colors meet.
    SKU: PA-7336
    Manufacturer part number: ADCO 727336
    GTIN: 9332839069806
    Manufacturer: Couture Creations
    SKU: PA-7336
    Manufacturer part number: ADCO 727336
    GTIN: 9332839069806
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