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I have used all sorts of markers from Crayola to Promarkers and have not had any issues with bleeding or smearing the image.
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No, it is water-based so it is not permanent. It is fade-resistant. Debbie
Simply Special Crafts
Seller · November 30, 2015
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I've been stamping for over 20 years and this is my choice of ink pads. I don't know the difference between Memento and Limited Edition ink, so I can't compare them, but this is worth every penny you pay for it and the refills are readily available.
Mom of 6
· July 30, 2018
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I think so, although because the ink is so dark, I would recommend using a soapy cloth to wash the hand/finger/foot immediately after printing. If the infant is a thumb-sucker, I would discourage using this ink or others because of the chemicals used in making the ink. Using something natural like a red beet or other v… see more I think so, although because the ink is so dark, I would recommend using a soapy cloth to wash the hand/finger/foot immediately after printing. If the infant is a thumb-sucker, I would discourage using this ink or others because of the chemicals used in making the ink. Using something natural like a red beet or other vegetable that has dye quality, but isn't toxic. see less I think so, although because the ink is so dark, I would recommend using a soapy cloth to wash the hand/finger/foot immediately after printing. If the infant is a thumb-sucker, I would discourage using this ink or others because of the chemicals used in making the ink. Using something natural like a red beet or other vegetable that has dye quality, but isn't toxic.
D. Nussbaum
· July 27, 2015
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I have embossed with it, but you need to work quickly. As I said before, it needs to be a wet pad, not a dry one. This is the only black ink I use and it's worth the effort. Once it is set, you can use markers or other wet applications. If you doubt, try it both ways.
Mom of 6
· November 20, 2018
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With the black Memento ink you could probably get at least two prints from one foot, although one print would be lighter than the other. The black ink is more difficult to wash off than other colors of Memento ink, I found. The ink may be toxic if the animal licks its foot in grooming.
D. Nussbaum
· March 14, 2016
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I wouldn't. You want a permanent fabric ink.
Simply Special Crafts
Seller · November 11, 2015
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You mean, can you color in images stamped w Memento ink? Yes it won't smudge the image. It's a great, permanent, stable ink. I highly recommend it.
Sandra
· September 25, 2020
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This is a dye ink. It is not the best choice for glossy papers. Try StazOn ink for photo paper. :-)
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Manufacturer · March 9, 2020
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I am not familiar with Zig clean colors. I stamp with Memento when I use my Copic Markers .
Darlene
· December 13, 2017