Quantity of IPA is 100ml + 10ml (free). Quantity of Blending Solution is 15ml.
It will take around 7-10 days for your courier to reach X (Country).
Yes, the regular NARA® White can be used on both sides. The NARA® BLACK has a smooth side and a textured side, from these two sides only the smooth side can be used, but feel free to experiment on both the sides!
IPA primarily helps to dilute the colour further while blending solution maintains the colour by increasing the liquidity, so depending on the result on expects to achieve you could either choose IPA or Blending Solution or both.
NARA® Paper is made up of 100% Polypropylene, it is recyclable in nature.
Yes, they can be used on coasters, ceramics, glass and any other non-porous surface. For surfaces used for eating purposes like ceramic bowls, cups, plates, it is suggested to use alcohol inks on the outer surface and not on the inner surface as it may be harmful for your health.
Yes, NARA® Alcohol Inks work with resin.
Yes, they can be cut using a pair of scissors.
Step 1 – Cut the sheet of your desired size from the roll.
Step 2 – Lay it flat on a surface on the opposite side of curl, such that the centre is bulging on top.
Step 3 – Put the sheet under some weight for 2-3 days.
Step 4 – Remove the weights from it, your sheet shall be completely flat!
Microns means the thickness of the paper. 275 microns being the thinnest and 430 microns being the thickest. The most preferred microns by artists are the 275 microns and 330 microns one. 430 micron is used when one needs a really stiff paper and it works more seamlessly with the air blower.
You can use the Krylon® Kamar Varnish and Brustro Artist Varnish, these are highly recommended by artists.
You can coat your artwork with 4-5 coats of spray varnish to protect it from UV rays and for a longer life.
You can begin with the IPA first, followed by the NARA® Arctic White and then the NARA® Coloured Inks.
Yes, import duties and taxes will be charged according to the local rules and regulation of your country.
Microns means the thickness of the paper. GSM stands for Grams per Square Metre, which means the weight of the paper.
Yes, we do customised sizes. You can send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us at @narapapers on Instagram for further enquiry.
Yes, it is compulsory to use NARA® Paper for NARA® Artist of The Month competition.
No, right now the NARA® Beginner Kits are only available in India.
Yes, we sell our products on Amazon US, UK, Canada and Australia. We are also available across retailers – KreaLaden in Denmark, Bethien in Denmark, Resinplay in Singapore, Himalaya Fine Art in India.
We have free shipping throughout India.
We have free* shipping internationally on a minimum purchase of 100 USD.
*Local import duties and taxes may apply.