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Simple Permanent Ink Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Permanent Ink.

This useful article for marking linen is composed of nitrate of silver, or lunar caustic, and the tincture or infusion of galls; in the proportion of one dram of the former in a dry state, to two drams of the latter. The linen, cotton, or other fabric, must be first wetted with the following liquid; namely, an ounce of the salt of tartar, dissolved in an ounce and a half of water. And must be perfectly dry before any attempt is made to write upon it.


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