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    Chemical composition of HP inkjet ink?

    Bit of an off the wall query - but someone on here may know the answer....

    One of our daughters has set up a business selling her own designs, one thing she makes is paperclay products. She is looking to transfer prints from a HP printer onto the clay and then fire them - the idea being to see if the copper will transfer to the clay. But of course it's only possible if the ink contains copper in the first place.

    Anyone know?

    (Rebecca Dawson Design - just to give an idea of what she's up to. One of the suitcases in the textiles section has just been commissioned as a prize by one of the wedding magazines Wedding Magazine - The Wedding September giveaway: week three)
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    you could look up the in on the MSDS (material safety data sheet) it will tell you the ingredients of the ink, it will be point 3 on the MSDS
    link to the site...
    Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) | HP® Official Site

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    I knew someone on here would know the answer
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