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Re: Printer Ink Solvent ?
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Printer Ink Solvent ? ()

John K Jordan
I haven't tried using printer ink to dye my hands but with other things I use a hand/nail brush and scrub. Recently, I got some black urethane on my hands when installing windshield glass, even when using nitrile gloves. (I think the gloves developed holes in use.) Hand cleaner made for shop grease, denatured alcohol, and acetone didn't touch it. What worked best was a gel ethanol-based hand sanitizer scrubbed with a soft hand/fingernail brush, followed by soap and water and the same brush. Don't know if that would work for printer ink.

But if it doesn't, don't worry too much, time should remove it.

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