Invisible ink. The tool of secret agents. Those of us ink nerds who aren't secret agents, I have a few questions for you. Do you deal with everyday problems such as forgetting account passwords, writing in borrowed books, writing in your own books (it bothers me at least) or glowing in the dark at parties! If so, this is the ink for you!
|I promise to get a picture of actual writing with this ink|
up soon, but since my photography capabilities are limited,
I should be able to edit it tomorrow!
One of the most interesting properties of this ink is that it is bulletproof. This ink is very difficult to wash off of your hands, but who's going to be seeing it anyway? On paper, the ink flows as well as expected from the included Platinum Preppy .03 and is as visible as expected under the blacklight. The ability to write in glowing letters in the dark is really cool, and if I could video the process, I would, but since my only camera is my cell phone, it would be pretty difficult to do. I suppose the possibilities aren't endless with this ink, but I suppose if you did want to make an ink uniquely yours, you could add this to it. There's no guarantee that the ink would remain bulletproof however, since they're very fragile in the aqueous state. This ink without a doubt rocks the world of invisible inks. Also, it isn't a ballpoint pen, so you don't have to worry about the telltale pressure marks left behind.
I can at least pretend to be the next James Bond, but who knows maybe I'll catch Anna Chapman's eye.