V-Twin
Check this out!  😳

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Melbourne, Victoria
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CHF10
Well it’s just stupid if people think that’s “Indian ink”. It’s exhaust carbon and rubber.
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V-Twin
CHF10 wrote:
Well it’s just stupid if people think that’s “Indian ink”. It’s exhaust carbon and rubber.
...😳 but I ordered two bottles already!!  😜
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Melbourne, Victoria
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Dr.Shifty
CHF10 wrote:
Well it’s just stupid if people think that’s “Indian ink”. It’s exhaust carbon and rubber.


Stupid comes in all shapes and sizes. [smile]

However, 'Indian Ink', which was very common in my youth, is a deep black writing ink made from carbon, mostly from common soot from ordinary old burnt stuff. That is what this stuff is, just not quite so ordinary.

Indian Tattoo Ink could also be called Dunlop Ink or Metzeler Ink or Castrol Ink, depending on who is selling it. Either way, it's just burnt stuff mixed with water.

There are communities around the world where tattooing is of great cultural significance and some of those communities rub soot into the tattoo wound as it's being done. The healed up result is a deep black raised welt as if the skin has been embroidered. It looks remarkable. This stuff just needs more carbon. [smile]
Cheers, Kim.

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stevenlb21
CHF10 wrote:
Well it’s just stupid if people think that’s “Indian ink”. It’s exhaust carbon and rubber.

You just spoilt the illusion for me....lol
Cheers......Steve
Penrith, NSW

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AJ
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