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Re: Dr. Martin's Dyes



I believe I was told that they were used primarily for work that would be
reproduced in print so that there was no need for the original to be
permanent (you put the reproduction in your portfolio).  Too bad, as
they've got such wonderfully intense hues.

Julie Seko


On Tue, 15 May 2001, Pat Baldwin wrote:

> Yes, Martin's Dyes fade like CRAZY! I wouldn't use them on anything.
>
> Pat
>
>
> At 01:02 PM 05/15/2001 EDT, you wrote:
> >Careful with the Dr. Martin's dyes, I've found them to be quite fugitive.
> >Sometimes fading after only a few years.
> >
> >Janet
>
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