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  • I forgot to add that I do not dilute the Genie Safe & Easy, I use it straight up. Dan, I checked on the bottle I have and there is no ingredient list. There is an 800 number to call for "technical assistance". Early next week when I have some free time I'm going to call, because now I'm curious. I'll let you know if I find out anything worthwhile. Whatever is in it, this product...
    sylvia chevrier Aug 18, 2011
  • Dan, I checked on the bottle I have and there is no ingredient list. There is an 800 number to call for "technical assistance". Early next week when I have some free time I'm going to call, because now I'm curious. I'll let you know if I find out anything worthwhile. Whatever is in it, this product has really made clean up alot easier for me. Sylvia I contacted Christine's Graphic...
    sylvia chevrier Aug 18, 2011
  • Hi, I usually use odorless mineral spirits myself but I just recently tried out a product called Genie Safe & Easy and think I'm going to be permanently switching to it. It cleans more thoroughly and faster than anything I've previously tried. I'm pretty impressed. I admit that I'm more interested in the efficiency than the health benefits but it also claims to be fairly non-toxic...
    sylvia chevrier Aug 12, 2011
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  • Sam, I've only used Infinity Acrylic a few times so far, but it has dried on contact with the sheet, no different from my experience with rubber-based ink. I was printing on Odeon and Savoy sheets from Reich Paper. Sylvia > > The acrylic inks, though, aren't as nice for the >visitors/students themselves. They have to walk out of the shop with >a wet printed piece. So they have to...
    sylvia chevrier Apr 7, 2010
  • Ben, I've recently started using Infinity Acrylic and find I have better results with getting good coverage in solid areas than I previously had with rubber-based ink. My only complaint about Infinity is that nearly all colors (with the exception of black I believe) come in a minimum size of 2.2 lbs., at roughly double the cost of a one lb. can of rubber-based. A one pound can...
    sylvia chevrier Mar 30, 2010
  • Thanks much for the leads, I will follow them up. Sylvia
    sylvia chevrier Feb 14, 2010
  • ...Slowprint.com / Semiotx.com google voice 1 563 223 8231 peterf@^$1 From iPhone plz excuse brevity! On Feb 13, 2010, at 4:23 PM, " sylviachevrier@^$2 " < sylviachevrier@^$3 > wrote: > I am trying to find a nice 100% cotton sheet with deckles on all 4 > sides, but in a small...
    sylvia chevrier Feb 13, 2010
  • I am trying to find a nice 100% cotton sheet with deckles on all 4 sides, but in a small size-- something in the vicinity of 8 x 10 or 9 x 12. Most any weight would be fine. So far I can't find anything smaller than 13 x 19. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks for any suggestions. Sylvia
    sylviachevrier@sbcglobal.net Feb 13, 2010
  • I've kept looking and have come up with a couple of other felt sheets-- Revere Felt, avail. from Legion Paper, and Odeon, from Reich Paper. > > > >--- In > PPLetterpress@^$1, >"Eric" wrote: > >> Strathmore Pastelle is still available, and like Teton has a >>deckle edge, though a harder sheet on metal type. > >Today I heard that Pastelle is also going to be discontinued at some...
    sylvia chevrier Jan 14, 2010
  • Ed & Eric, Thanks very much for the suggestions. I will see if I can manage to get samples of these sheets. Sylvia > > > >--- In > PPLetterpress@^$1, >Ed Inman wrote: >> >> >> Neenah Sundance (originally a Fox River brand) is a good economy >>paper available in felt finish. > >Ed, since you mentioned the discontinuation of Teton (one of my >favorite sheets) I did a little online...
    sylvia chevrier Jan 8, 2010