How to Expose Inkodye: Wet vs Dry

You can expose Inkodye to the sun straight out of the bottle (wet) or let your material dry in a cool, dark place overnight before exposure if you wish.

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Wet: We recommend exposing your print when Inkodye is wet to yield the deepest color results. Tip: Blot your coated material with a paper towel before exposing to avoid condensation marks.

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Dry: Coat your material in subdued lighting and store in a cool, dark place until material is dry. Exposing Inkodye after it has dried may yield a lighter end result in your Inkodye print.

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Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

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Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

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Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

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For more detailed instructions about creating Inkodye prints, see our "Print a Photo on Cotton with Inkodye" guide.

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