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Hi, I just happen to have a large quantity of ink powder for a laser printer from leftovers of toners. Any idea what I can do with it? I was wondering if their is a way to make paint, liquid ink or any other craft stuff with it. I also have the waist (mix of the CMYK leftovers). Thank for the help!

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Kiteman (author)2009-08-31

The powder (toner) is fused to the paper by heat.

Why not try "painting" a picture with the toner, then heating it to make the powder stick - maybe iron it, or a couple of minutes in an oven?

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Zoukiny (author)Kiteman2017-04-03

the fumes produced might be dangerous...

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NunyeB (author)2017-02-07

Did you wver find an answer to this?

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Zoukiny (author)NunyeB2017-04-03

No... sry :S i tought it might be too hazardous for your health to try anything good...

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Morgantao (author)2012-05-24

I have the same "problem". I have a large amount of leftover black toner, and was wondering what to do with it. It's neither magnetic, nor conductive, so I'm out of ideas...

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didgitalpunk (author)2011-02-11

or you can make some kind of TNT. yes toner powder is highly explosive when mixed with air. for example, throw some in a room wich has a lit candle in it. well you might get killed so don't do it.

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