Tim Holtz Distress Ink STAIN LOT OF 25 Ranger Set 25STAINSET*


Distress Stains are fluid water-based dyes for papers and other porous surfaces. Use for quick and easy ink coverage for backgrounds and larger areas. Mist with water to lighten color and create mottled effects. Apply layers of stain to achieve more saturated color. The brushed nylon dabber top has a built-in spring valve. This allows for controlling the release of Distress Stains from the bottle. By pressing the dabber top down onto surface, the valve opens and fluid releases. Lift dabber away from surface to stop fluid flow. Spread Distress Stains by swiping the dabber top lightly as a brush across the surface. Note: If Distress Stain project will be used outdoors, first seal with a weatherproof sealer.
*Acid free, non-toxic
*Fade-resistant dyes
*Dabber top with spring valve control
*Available in 1 fluid ounce bottles

This listing is for a lot of the original 25 Distress Stains: Old Paper, Black Soot, Milled Lavender, Tattered Rose, Mustard Seed, Shabby Shutters, Dried Marigold, Victorian Velvet, Scattered Straw, Worn Lipstick, Frayed Burlap, Spiced Marmalade, Aged Mahogany, Brushed Corduroy, Stormy Sky, Tumbled Glass, Rusty Hinge, Pumice Stone, Picket Fence, Crushed Olive, Chipped Sapphire, Barn Door, Bundled Sage, Tea Dye, Pine Needles

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Ranger was founded in 1929 and originally manufactured an exclusive line of commercial ink products for the U.S. banking industry. With a continuous focus on innovation, successful lines such as the Adirondack and Distress family of products, Perfect Pearls pigment powders and mists, and Melt Art products have become popular worldwide.
Ranger is well known for bringing quality inks, embossing powders and innovative craft products to the arts and crafts market worldwide. 

Ranger is very proud that all Ranger inks, embossing powders, paints, mediums, dimensional glitters, glues and stamp cleaners are manufactured right here in the USA. These products are made in our facility located in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.