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After researching reviews...
September 9, 2011
Verified Purchase
After researching reviews on this ink, and wanting to write all my letters using a dip pen I bought a bottle. This ink is superb, tolerates amost any type of paper without any feathering or bleed through. It's a joy to write with and the colour is pleasing to the eye.

many thanks,

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This is truly beautiful...
December 17, 2013
This is truly beautiful ink, and I can't wait for R&K's two iron gall inks to be back in stock at JetPens (please?). It should be noted, for those not familiar with iron gall inks (IGIs): they are more acidic than traditional OTC ink, thus they can damage your fountain pens if you leave them inside. To avoid corrosion, simply rinse your pen or other instrument after using IGI. If you've refilled a cartridge with this ink, remove the cartridge and rinse your pen thoroughly. I prevent my cartridges from drying out by stopping the opening with a bit of kneaded rubber eraser. Store them upright in a repurposed cream container, such as Neutrogena or Origins. The lid further prevents exposure to air, and you can add a bag of cheap beads to keep one or two upright if you do not own enough cartridges to prevent them tipping over. Better yet, reuse the cute yet functional tin provided with a pack of 6 J. Herbin cartridges. Bleu Myosotis (Forget-Me-Not Blue) is lovely and in stock now at JetPens!
Smooth and relatively...
December 14, 2013
Smooth and relatively free-flowing for an iron-gall based ink. Beautiful color shift from blue to dark blue as the ink dries and oxidizes. Seems very safe in my pens, and washes-out as easily as any other ink I've used. Highly recommended.
Highly recommend. I've...
June 26, 2013
Highly recommend.

I've run Salix Blue through two pens and I am pleased with how the ink performs. Easily becoming my go-to ink for journal writing. Behaves well on all grades of paper without feathering or bleed-thru. Delivers subtle shading. Dries to a nice blue-black. Best of all, it is permanent.
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