No products in the cart.
$27.67 GST Exc. $24.06
Noris 007 Blue Ink 30ml bottle
IMPORTANT: Use this refresher to keep the ink liquid in your stamp. Add this to your order Noris 007 Refresher
for use on:
See drying times below.
Available on backorder
Noris 007 Blue Ink is a general purpose stamp ink. It is a non dangerous good for transport. This ink is manufactured by Noris Color GmbH from Kulmback in Germany.
It is suited to multiple, but not every, surface.
Some people consider this a quick dry ink as it dries much quicker than water based inks on non porous surfaces.
Noris advise on their website these drying times for various surfaces.
Noris 007 Blue Inkfor Hand stamps or self-inking stamps.
This is not alcohol based so does not dry as fast.
Great for copy paper, gloss paper, plastic, metal etc. Every type of plastic etc. is different and testing before hand is recommended to ensure it will work for your situation. This ink is not suitable for all plastics as on rear occasion it will wipe off or take far too long to dry.
This special stamp ink has a management issue to be aware of. There is an issue that the ink dries out in the pad as the ink dries out not every part of the ink leaves the pad. The binding agents, dyestuff and other ingredients remain in the pad. So if you re-ink the pad using the normal ink, you add those remains to the new ink. Over time this process changes the ink in the pad more and more. This will lead to a sticky problem.
To prevent it, Noris have created the refresher for the ink. As the pad dries out or is already dry, please use the refresher first. It will add to the pad those missing ingredients. Please use a few drops of refresher on the pads and then rub the refresher in the pad using a small stick. Afterwards you can stamp again. Please note that over time the imprint will get weaker, as the refresher doesn’t add any dyestuff or pigment to the pad. So when the imprint gets to weak, use the normal ink again for re-inking. Afterwards the cycle begins anew.
Also it pays to remove the ink pad from the stamp, replace the cap and store in an airtight container if not being used for more than two days at a time, another way is wrap it in plastic cling film excluding as much air as possible. Given time we have found the rubber die can stick to the ink pad a bit in a self-inking stamp, sometimes ripping the rubber die off the stamp especially on the little ones. The pad can also dry completely and no longer absorb ink, see above for the remedy.
We highly recommend using the refresher as well to keep the ink fluid. This can also bring a pad back from dry and unusable to usable again if stamping infrequently. If using infrequently and having no refresher on hand means having an insurance policy of having a spare dry pad for that occasion when you need to get some work done and a useless pad for the stamp.
For using the Noris 007 Blue Ink in a stamp you have a dry ink pad (no ink in it) then add the ink before using it in the stamp. Click HERE to read how to change an ink pad in a stamp.
The ink bottle has a nozzle in the end for you to place drops of ink on the pad.
For the first time just place dabs/puddles of ink a little space apart across the entire area. Then let it settle and disperse in the pad. This might be 10 minutes or so. If the colour across the surface is even then pop the pad in the stamp and test it on some spare paper. If the stamped image is dark and even in colour it is good to go. Also we find if you press the nozzle of the bottle gently in to the surface of the pad and create a slight dent in the surface the area around the nozzle will look wet, once the nozzle is taken off it will look like the rest of the surface this is enough ink.
If not just add a little more to the pad. The fuller the pad is the less ink needs to be added at a time.
Then wait for a little while and test again.
When you are satisfied the stamp is ready to use.
Once finished stamping and the stamp will not be used for a few days we recommend taking the ink pad out. Some clients have commented that the pad if left in can stick to the rubber die of the stamp.
Placing the original cap back on the ink pad and putting it in an airtight container or plastic bag with zip lock will reduce evaporation of this ink. Or use a zip lock bag or plastic cling wrap on the surface to exclude air.
Next time you go to use the stamp you may need to push the surface again to test how wet it is and maybe add a few drops of ink before putting it in, testing and using it.
There is a Noris 007REF refresher for the ink if it does dry out in the ink pad. It can bring a completely dry pad back to liquid again from a test we did here.