Following are the results after 3 month of sun exposure. If you’re interested to learn more about my lightfastness project I recommend you to read my initial article on this link.
1946 Parker Quink w/ Solv-X Permanent Royal Blue
~1940’s Parker Quink w/ Solv-X Permanent Blue-Black
Pelikan 4001 Blue Black
Rohrer & Klingner Salix Iron Gall
Dye – Red
Sailor Jentle Grenade
Montblanc Corn Poppy Red
Dye – Violet
Private Reserve Tanzanite
Dye – Blue
Diamine Majestic Blue
Dye – Green
Rohrer & Klingner Alt Goldgrün
Dye – Gray & Black
Pilot Iroshizuku kiri-same
Parker Quink Black (~2000’s)
And that’s all for today. Hopefully these results will help you choose your ink easier if you’re after the long term performance. Let me know what you think in the comments down below.
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