Kuretake Ink Café Lamé Element - SilverArtikelnummer: 4901427322279
Make your own original ink!
The concept of Ink-café is creating your own ink blend (like making your own coffee blend).
By adding this metallic colour ink in any water based (dye or pigment) colour ink, you will get a metallic tint in the colour ink.
*Do not fill a Fountain pen or any other refillable pen with this ink, not even the ZIG Kuretake Karappo pen! The ZIG Kuretake Karappo pen is designed to be used with Ink-café dye ink, but not with metallic colour ink.
Once metallic ink is mixed, this will cause the pen to become clogged up.
Use this mixed ink only with a dipping pen / nib , glass pen or brushes
This glitter ink additive from Kuretake is used to change a standard ink into a shimmering ink. To use, simply add a small amount (1 drop) to an existing ink (5-10 drops) to create a pearl glitter. Can also be used on its own for a shimmer effect on darker coloured paper.
Each box comes with a syringe and stir stick. It's highly recommended to mix the ink in a palette or small dish instead of directly in the bottle and only use with glass pens, dip pens or paintbrushes.
- Ink-café is a creative collection that allows you to enjoy making your own pens with Kuretake's inks.
- Now you can add the Lamé Element series to your ink and turn your pen into glittering inks!
- Recommend to use with glass pens, dip pens, brushes, etc.
- The glitter shows nicely on both white paper and dark paper.
- Product size: 31 x 58mm
- Package size: 45 x 90 x 40mm
- Ink weight: 20g
· Made in Japan
How to use
- Mix the Lamé Element with your ink in your preferred ratio
- Recommended to add the Lamé Element little by little and mix them in a separate container before use
- The glitter appears differently according to the colour of the ink
- Lamé Element should be mixed well from the bottom of the bottle with the included muddler
- Not suitable for fountain pens. Ink may not come out from the fountain pen.
- Not suitable for Kuretake "Karappo Pen".
- Recommended to use with glass pens, dip pens, and brushes.
- The Lame Element can be used with water-based dye inks and water-based pigment inks