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Re: India Ink
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Fran Marze
Sun, 26 Apr 1998 10:35:32 -0400 (EDT)
Many years ago this happened to me with a whole box of blue tempera. I
wrote a letter to the company or called (can't remember) They sent
replacement shipment. It has to do with the amount of preservative/ they
put in it. Because of trying to be nontoxic, sometimes this happens.
Immediately call and get replacement materials. Fran Shelf life is
important on these items. I mark every bottle of paint, ink, etc. with
date and put them on the shelf like in the supermarket, to use oldest
On Thu, 23 Apr 1998, Diane L. wrote:
> I had a similar problem, but not with ink, with tempera, come to think of
> it it was black termpera,as I opened the plastic bottle it sort of popped,
> and a horrible sulfur smell came out and permeated the room for quite a
> while, even with windows open. Wonder if anyone knows what happened.
> Thanks, Diane