How do you get Dye ink off your hands?
I Googled it and I tried the following: Alcohol, Hair Spray, Acetone and Windex. None of these suggestions work. My wife saw me trying to take the ink spots of my hand. She said why don't you try bleach, lo and behold that worked
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If this is in reference to cleaning the printer or refilling carts, I just wear cheap exam gloves.
One day long ago, a sorcerer and a warrior did battle, as such things were commonplace in that age. Sometimes the sorcerer won, and the sum value of human abilities was improved some trifling amount. Sometimes the warrior won, and again the human race improved by some insignificant amount, for a sorcerer who can't defeat one miserable warrior is a poor sorcerer indeed.
Bleach does the trick but to kill the smell, add a little (say if you put ½" or bleach in an old chipped mug - most people get those from time to time, so keep one for this purpose!) and add about a tablespoonfull of something like conditioner used for washing - what is added to the washing machine to get softer end clothing, etc. Any sort of perfumed product will work - I use one (here in Spain) for adding to water when mopping the floor tiles. Works a treat. Like many, I just cannot work with any sort of gloves.
Zone8: Although I am a handsome genius, when I stand in front of a mirror, I vaguely recognise the ugly idjit standing on the other side!
LINK: For B+W with Epson 1400 (and other models) using black ink only PLUS other useful tips:
Cleaning DSLR Sensors, including Kodak DSLR Factory Cleaning method:
Solving back/front focus problems on Sigma and most other DSLRs
PDF format list of lenses you can print or download - covers Italian Flag YES/NO for DCS 14n but applies to others. http://www.photosnowdonia.co.uk/ZPS/ItiFlagLensList.pdf
Thanks all you guys. All very good suggestions.
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