Black Light Stamp Pads by Risk Reactor Product Code and Name:
PAD-3F Industrial Grade Solvent Stable Un-Inked Stamp Pad. You can use this stamp for just about any ink and any application.
Delivers approximately 15,000 impressions
Felt stamp pads are re-ink-able for extended use
Designed for general use.
PAD3F has been used In:
And stamp application. This can be used with just about any ink including our solvent based invisible inks IF1P and IF2 series. Theme parks, clubs, dance halls, sports events, school events, private parties, race tracks, movie screenings, outdoor events, water parks, any situation where you need to control people either for security or revenue loss prevention.
How to Use the PAD3F solvent safe stamping pad:
Use by applying a rubber-stamp imprint of our fluorescent ink to the patron's hand. The ink is invisible on the skin, dries within seconds, and cannot be transferred or washed off. The ink dries fast so that the patron can not share the image with other patrons. Pass the hand under a black light to see the invisible marking. This bright, durable ink works up to twenty four hours. You may change colors periodically, or change the marking pattern so as to control traffic into separate shows or security areas. It is suggested to use a non-symmetrical stamp to ensure difficulty is duplicating and to change color periodically. Do not pour too much in the pad for this will cause the lines of the stamp to be smudged. Close the container after use.
Fluorescent Readmission Inks can also be used on most surfaces. The ability to track people or products saves you money. You can also use this ink on paper, textiles, etc. Tickets, raffle tickets, and other important documents can be tagged using this ink. Risk Reactor will also formulate new inks to suite your needs.
Benefits of Risk Reactor's PAD-3F Stamp Pads:
- Durable plastic case and long lasting felt sponge inside!
- Lasts a long time!
- Comes un-inked so that you can use our UV inks!
- Use like any other stamp pad!
- Industrial Grade Pad for Solvents!