- Works well with epoxy
- Very special effects
Wow! Are you already using Piñata Alcohol Ink? With the Piñata pigments, you can create beautiful effects in your Resin Art projects! The Jacquard alcohol inks are of high quality and you can mix them with each other very well. If necessary, use the Piñata Claro Extender for mixing.
Piñata Alcohol Ink pigments come in 15 ml bottles and also in larger 118 ml containers!
What can you make with Piñata Alcohol Ink?
Piñata Alcohol Ink is suitable for any Resin Art application and is widely used in coasters, petri dishes (Petri Art), jewellery and in various moulds. The alcohol ink pigments flow brilliantly into each other. By playing with different colours of Piñata Alcohol Ink combined with the white variant (Blanco Blanco), you create the most unique and spectacular Resin Art. Alcohol Ink is not resistant to UV light and will therefore yellow in sunlight. See how Piñata Alcohol Ink works in the video below.
Piñata Alcohol Ink colours
We have many different colours in our range. To achieve the most beautiful effects, we recommend using a few drops of white Piñata Alcohol Ink over the first drops of pigment, this way you pull the colours apart, so to speak, and create cool effects.
We currently have the following colours of Piñata Alcohol Ink in our product range:
|Colour in Dutch
|Santa Fe Red
|Bosgroen (let op: deze kleur wordt blauw)
Other uses for Piñata Alcohol Ink
Perhaps you will use Piñata Alcohol Ink in combination with epoxy resin. But did you know that you can also use these pigments well on other materials? For example, you can also apply it to:
- Glass (stained glass)
Questions about Piñata Alcohol Ink?
Do you have any questions about Piñata Alcohol Ink? Or any other questions about Resin Art? Please contact our customer service.
We have a number of recommendations for working safely with polymers. At Polyestershoppen you will not only find the polymers themselves, but you can also purchase all the protective equipment you need from us. If you have any doubts or questions, please contact our customer service. We can give you advice on how to work safely with polymers.