Will
Any reason these dyes can't be mixed with 91% isopropyl alcohol instead of denatured alcohol?

What would be the likely result?
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
You can mix them with Isopropyl.  The issue here is that it will not dissolve as much dye as the ethanol, and that means lighter color on your leather/wood.  
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Will
Ok, thank you!
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Shan

I purchased the basic dye powders as the store said I will get double the product. 

The problem is the isopropyl doesn’t dissolve the powder dye completely. I’m using this for the alcohol ink art. 

Ive been searching for the denatured alcohol but not successful. I bought Methyl Hydrate & am trying this out.
I would like to know what you use in your liquid dyes that are used for alcohol & ink art.
I did purchase the already mixed solutions of gold & silver. 
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
If you can find ethanol of any kind, it is the best thing to dissolve the dye in.  Isopropyl will give less than half the color.  The clean up solution is almost 100% ethanol, so that is an option, but it is better to buy it in the 4oz size.  

Where are you?  Are you in a state that doesn't allow denatured alcohol?  
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Shan
Hi,
Im in Edmonton Alberta Canada. 
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