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Re: waterproof inkjet ink

I believe that Hewlett Packard inkjet ink is part iron oxide (rust), which
ought to be waterproof, depending on the porousness of the material it's
being applied to.

apparently clay artists use it for making decals to apply to pots & such
after the bisque firing.

> Is there such a thing as waterproof inkjet ink? I know there was a
> discussion on archival quality inkjet ink, but would that be waterproof once
> it dries?

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