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Epson Claria High Definition Ink
Claria high-definition ink made by Epson is a six-color, dye-based as opposed to their pigment-based, Durabrite Ink. It provides a wide array of colors which are sure to please any photo enthusiast. Photos created with Claria ink can last up to 200 years without fading if stored in a album, and 98 years left on display. They are also high-capacity cartridges which yield roughly 60% more prints than a standard cartridge. They come in individual cartridges, so when one runs out, you only have to replace the color you need. Claria ink is quick-drying which leaves photos more resistant to smudges. Also, Claria ink is spill-resistant, so if water is spilled, it can be dried or rubbed off without ruining the picture. The ink is absorbed into the coating on photo paper, rendering it resistant to scratches s well. This ink is best utilized in conjunction with Epson paper, as is the case with many inks and their respective brands of paper.
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