IFPAP-BK1GAL Gallon of Clear Black Fluorescent Ink

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IFPAP-BK Clear Black Inks for porous surfaces go on clear and appears black under long wave black light. Use the IFPAP-BK Clear Black on paper that is already glowing white under black light. You can tell the paper is glowing white under the black light when other inks are not visible on that paper, but is visible under black light on another paper. That is when the IFPAP-BK Clear Black can help. Most Avery Labels are this way and require the use of the IFPAP-BK Clear Black. This is a simple, portable, and inexpensive way to control documents and other porous materials such as receipts, money, etc. The mark is invisible to the naked eye allowing the user track the item without being detected. You can make thousands of marks from a single bottle making it very economical. When used with our battery operated black lights, you now have a security system that is portable. Our ink dries fast allowing you to mark numerous items quickly. Can also be used with stamps and stamp pads. For permanent situations we also carry plug in mounted black lights. Risk Reactor will also manufacture an ink to meet your requirements. 

On white surfaces such as white fabrics and white paper use the IFPAP-BK Clear Black. This goes on clear but on the white surface will look black to you under Risk Reactor Black Light.

Benefits of Risk Reactor's IFPAP-C0 Clear Blue Porous Surface Marking Ink:

Perfect for white surfaces where other colors do not show up as well!

Strong long lasting invisible ink!
Goes on absolutely clear!
Can be used on trading cards, badges, money, any porous material!
Invisible mark lasts a long time!
Fast Drying!
Simple To Use!
Pays For Itself!
Made For Long Wave Black Lights!
Ready To Use - No Mixing!
Very economical!
Hard to duplicate preventing loss of revenues!

Used In:
Anti-theft, anti-counterfeiting paper products, marking retail documents and receipts, legal documents, proof of purchase, security markings, document tracking, folder gluers, paper processesing plants, online security of porous goods being sold such as online auctions, and anywhere you need an invisible fluorescent mark.

How to Use:
Use by applying a rubber-stamp imprint, brush, roll on, spray, etc. of our fluorescent ink to the item. The ink is invisible on the substrate, dries within seconds, and cannot be transferred or washed off porous surfaces. The ink dries fast allowing you to mark items quickly. Pass the tagged material under a black light to see the invisible marking. You may add colors periodically, or change the marking pattern so as to confuse would be crooks. Used in sting operations and employee theft. Mark paper money and track where the money goes. Most institutions do not allow employees to make change due to the fact that they can make a mistake. Ensure that money you put in the register comes back to you. Also use the ink to mark receipts to prove that the client is returning an item with a legit receipt.


Fluorescent Porous Inks can also be used on most porous surfaces. The ability to track products saves you money. You can also use this ink on paper, textiles, trading cards, badges, coupons, price tags, 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.

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Warranty Information

This unit is warranted to be free from material and workmanship defects for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of original purchase. Supplier's limit of liability under this warranty is to repair or replace the product at Supplier's option. Consequential costs such as, but not limited to, loss of use, loss of time or freight charges are not covered. Any product that has been abused, altered, tampered or incorrectly operated is not covered. Product finish is excluded from this warranty. No other warranties are expressed or implied. We reserve the right to make changes in design, materials and specifications without prior notice.
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