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Fluorescent neon UV glow ink for Epson inkjet printers 30ml x 4 set

  • Kilabitzzz Fluorescent printer ink for Epson
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  • Kilabitzzz Fluorescent printer ink for Epson
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Product Description



Our fluorescent inks are specifically made for use with Epson desktop printers that have Micro Piezo printheads (NB: does not work with HP, Cannon and other printers that do not use the Piezo printheads).

Bright strong regular colours in daylight, but when viewed in UV blacklight it comes to life with bright glowing neon colours.

Resistant to heat and sun rays, does not evaporate.

Set comes with all four colours Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. 30ml of each colour.

Ideal for making security items, admission tickets, stickers, posters, eye catching flyers and more. Great for use in bars, nightclubs, laser arenas and other locations where UV blacklight is used..


In stock in our UK warehouse.

You will also need an empty refillable clean printer cartridges for your specific printer. This is not supplied. Our product you are buying here is just the ink supplied in a plastic bottle.

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  1. Amazing Unique Product. Nothing like it! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th May 2021

    Highly recommended! There are plenty of invisible UV inkjet inks out there and this is the only visible+invisible fluorescent ink I could find. I am writing this review after my second purchase. My first results were stunning, and this time I got 30ml instead of 10ml to give me more room to experiment.

    Always use optical brightening agent (OBA) free paper, which reflects violet under blacklight instead of glowing blue. The blue fluorescence conflicts with the fluoresence of this ink. For a cheaper option, I found that the non-printing side of some OB paper was OBA-free (though maybe not the best printing surface), so be sure to experiment.

    Also, be sure to flush out your ink system and be very patient re-loading the ink. It took a dozen 'head cleaning' cycles to prime my continuous ink system but the results were rewarding!