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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.

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.

Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

Wet (top) vs Dry (bottom)

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

  • Inkodye (purchase at www.lumi.co)
  • Full supply list in "Print a Photo..." guides