Bleeding

The running of a printing ink or ink component into an undesirable area, either while wet or due to the action of a chemical or other substance on a dry ink film. Bleeding of dry ink films is commonly a symptom of an ink with a poor amount of chemical resistance or resistance to moisture.

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