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Important Terms to Know About Inks
Ink is an integral component of any printer or copier. Ink can also be used in the application of tattoos. Ink also comes in pens. It can be brushed on, applied via a toner cartridge, or applied with a laser or needle. Inks in many colors provide bright images and text on paper, using pigments and dyes to make their mark. Here are some important terms to know about ink:

Tattoo Ink: A type of ink comprised of pigments and a carrier for the purposes of tattoo art, available in a broad spectrum of colors. Tattoo artists may use previously made inks or they may mix their own. This type of ink is permanent, although there are removal methods available that are quite painful and time consuming.

Colorant: Something added to another to change the color, such as dyes, pigments, inks, paints, and colored chemicals.

Lithographic Ink: Ink used in lithography, a printing method that utilizes a stone or metal plate featuring a smooth surface. You can use lithography to print text or artwork onto a variety of material, most notably paper.

Solvent: A liquid, solid, or gas that dissolves in something else, producing a solution. This can result in paint thinner, ink, nail polish, and glues.

Toner: Powder used in laser printers and copiers to produce text and images on a piece of paper.

Iron Gall Ink: An ink that is purple-black or brown-black in color, created from iron salts and tannic acids from vegetables. This was a common writing and drawing ink between the 12th and 19th centuries in Europe.

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14235 Valusek Dr, Sterling Heights, MI 48312
(586) 446-8615  
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11898 Belden Ct, Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 458-2011  
Beresford Co. Write review for this local business
26400 Lahser Road, Suite 408, Southfield, MI 48034
(800) 229-9963  
Aarbor Colorants Corporation Write review for this local business
10381 Citation Dr, Brighton, MI 48116
(810) 225-6120  
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910 N Dunbridge Rd, Bowling Green, OH 43402
(419) 354-5555  
Rapid Refill Inc Write review for this local business
5789 State St, Saginaw, MI 48603
(989) 497-1465  
Kohl & Madden Printing Ink Co Write review for this local business
19449 Progress Dr, Strongsville, OH 44149
(440) 572-1572  
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820 N Main St Ste 4, Findlay, OH 45840
(419) 422-7166  
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3650 E 93rd St, Cleveland, OH 44105
(216) 271-2300  
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7655 Hub Pkwy Ste 205, Cleveland, OH 44125
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