So my light Cyan is low. The bottle is empty,will take a day or two to get new, big job to do, like now!What about taking regular cyan and diluting it a little with distilled water? Reckon it will work any one? What sort of dilution then 5/10/15/50 %?All thoughts appreciated.j
A tad dodgy thing to do methinks! I wouldn't reccomend doing it.
Apart from the fact that you couldn't get the exact colour required, it would be a complete waste of time.
I think that if you care enough about your printing to have a photo type printer (with extra light or pale inks) then you ought to care enough not to try this. It will almost certainly result in at best, poor results, at worst, a total mess up.It is not just water in most inks. There could be alcohols, glycols, other solvents, wetting agents, preservatives and so on.Order your new supply and wait is my suggestion. If you are desperate, go round to your neighbourhood computer shop or stationers. May cost a bit more but it may be worth it if your work is urgent.
You are absoultely right all of youcurb by impetusosity you mad foolinterersting thought though might try it on a spare cart one day just to see what happens, but not this particular job though.
Apart from being a messy job its not worth the effort.
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