How to Clean Alcohol Ink Stains from Hands

by | Mar 20, 2018 | Alcohol Ink, Alcohol Ink Tips, INK SPOT, Laurie Williams

In the video below, Laurie Williams experiments with cleaning alcohol ink stains from your hands, using a mixture of dishwashing liquid and baking soda.  Watch to learn what proportions work best and see the results!

Recipe for Alcohol Ink Stain Remover

  • 1 part Baking Soda
  • 3/4 part Dawn Dishwashing Liquid

Mix together in a dish or container with a lid for safe keeping.

Products recommended to prevent staining:

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3 Comments

  1. Karen Daniels

    So grateful for the recommendation of Gloves in a Bottle. What a relief! My hands get so dry when I’m working with alcohol and inks. That barrier lotion has saved them. Hooray!!! I haven’t had the opportunity to try the baking soda and Dawn yet (because of the Gloves in a Bottle). I actually had an inkjet ink cartridge (magenta) explode all over my hands and 90% of it washed right off. Thank you so much for sharing that tip.

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  2. Denise Martinez

    This solved our problem of dyed fingertips. Thanks so much!!

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  3. Denise D Martinez

    The alcohol and baking soda worked!! Thanks so much

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