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Old 19-09-07, 01:02 PM
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An alternative is to just use small containers (I use plastic film canisters because they are free and seal extremely well so that topping up is unecessary) and a small amount of pigment wetted down in those. I use distilled water as well and have not seen any mold forming. I have noticed that the dust that comes off the dry pigment in a bright light is very light and moves a bit like cigarette smoke in the air. The only pigments I keep dry are the known safe ones that are probably no worse than driving along a dusty road - such as iron oxides.
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