The Flash indelible ink bottle for use with Colop Eos rubber stamps. Their use is a guarantee of impressions always perfect. They are available in 4 assorted colors. For the inking of the pads, specific inks are used for rubber stamps that guarantee printing.sions that will last decades.
This is an indelible oil-free stamp ink that is perfect for inking office pads and auto stamp pads of any brand, although we recommend Colop ink pads for their quality.
Permanent ink for stamps with intense color and high pigmentation, very efficient to the action of light on a solvent basis. It is a very fluid permanent ink to allow the absorption of the pad on which it is applied. Its fluidity also favors the stamping of very fine details of the stamps by applying the exact amount of ink. The drying time of Colop Eos ink is very short. That is why we can use the marked documents practically at the moment.
All Colop Eos brand pads are compatible in which the ink remains for a long time ready to stamp without drying out as long as we follow the manufacturer's instructions and store the stamp in an airtight container without contact with air.
Colop uses one of the best permanent inks on the market for inking its tampons. It has high pigmentation and durability thanks to its unique composition. You can find a selection of tampons in the section of Stamp pads.
The Colop Eos indelible ink bottle is recommended for marking all absorbent materials such as paper, cardboard, cardboard, brochures, etc. It is mainly used in the office for stamping by hand, it dries immediately on the paper and remains unchanged and without drying for a long time in the ink holder ready to stamp. If the paper to be marked has a gloss or coated finish, it is not advisable to use this type of ink, since the finish can prevent the ink from drying correctly.
The Colop Eos permanent ink bottle is suitable for any kind of weather, stamps inked with this ink do not dry out and you can use them with your stamp No problem for a long time. Consistent prints and consistent inking from the first print to the last.