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Unique red ink reaction

Posted by Sean on 12/09/10


Hey! I ve been using unique ink for a while and its been working great. But recently i had couple customer who get allegic reaction from only red ink part...Anyone had same ploblem before? what is safe red ink pigment? If anyone knows,could you plz let me know?



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RE:Unique red ink reaction

Posted by GregH on 12/09/10


No red ink is immune to the chance of someone having an allergic reaction. Red is notorious for being the most common color to trigger allergies. This is why you should do a small spot test on people before covering large areas. Eternal red has a good reputation, but there is no guarantee that someone won't have a response to it. I recommend you at least get the MSDS info from unique and try to pinpoint what caused the reaction in that person so you can avoid it in the future.


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RE:Unique red ink reaction

Posted by travelingtom on 12/10/10


try waverly reds, or electric or easy glow, there is one or two more inks that dont use plastics and other shit, but i cant recall them. i had problems with uniques reds and purples. i have never had a problem with waverly or electric, they are outstanding pigments, with even better customer service!!!!


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RE:Unique red ink reaction

Posted by smokin on 12/10/10


i have seen extreme reaction off red from intenze which raise up proper 3d, heavy reactions indeed. try dermaglow red or as previously suggested waverley, never as of yet had any reactions off any of them


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