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  1. #6101

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    k im in desperate need of ink, i got a black kiwi mop and if i add like 3 drops of brake fluid and fish oil will that help it at all?


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  2. #6102

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    Kiwi's stock stuff is just coloured water. if your really desperate just water down some house paint. But Im sure you can find something better than that.
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  3. #6103

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    It will just make it stain a bit harder but this is more suited for the ink thread don't you think? Not trying to sound like a hardass but try posting in the right places.
    Treo: Yea I know it is the same questions over and over again. I think we should try to get a sticky of all the good recipies and markers and then try to get it closed that way everyone can refer to that post you know? Almost like the Step Bi Step thread.
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  4. #6104

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    Super toy here, confused about some shit. Can somebody give me a basic rundown on some marker terminology? Is a flowpen the same think as a paint marker, but with ink? Like, is it crazy drippy? Or is it more like a pilot? I've only ever used a pilot, and I'm just lookin to expand.

  5. #6105

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    Flowpens are normal pump markers with a semi transparent ink. They drip on your shoes but not the wall. If you want drips get a mop.

    Anything made by otr will suck.
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  6. #6106

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    Originally posted by -kosr-@Apr 6 2007, 09:32 PM
    Flowpens are normal pump markers with a semi transparent ink. They drip on your shoes but not the wall. If you want drips get a mop.

    Anything made by otr will suck.
    Ah, alright. And if I wanted somethin that'll make big lines, but won't drip...?

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    im pretty sure everything that was talked about on this page was deff. talked about two pages ago
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  8. #6108

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    what i meant in the first place was were ALL dabbers refillable?

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    Who knows, there might be one that isnt and is like melted on.

    For those who love drips:

    Get a travel shampoo thing, the bigger the better. (but not too big)

    It should have a bingo dabber like thing with just a whole in the middle, pop that out. Fill it with paint (Unless you have a lot of spare cash, stick with paint for this one)
    Put the plastic thing back in.
    Hold it about a foot from the wall, at a downward angle. Just squeeze it, it gives mad drips, not clean lines though.
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  10. #6110

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    i know this isnt homemade but, if ur short of cash look for things called chalk markers. the nibs arent great nut they last a while, and just put ur ink in and bam uve got a nice marker.

  11. #6111

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    ghetto krink go through eraser felt any good?
    or do it jus depend how thin the ghetto krink is?

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    it has to be thin enough to pass thru the nib.

    keebla:i think we all know this.its said on almost every page of this thread.
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  13. #6113

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    yea i heard that u have to use a chalkboard eraser not a whiteboard, cus i got a whiteboard eraser at home and it looks fine


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  14. #6114

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    for kiwis why do pull out the pump deal isnt that like pulling out the pump system of a marker and instead of felt try a towel nib

  15. #6115

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    towel nibs for marker not kiwis its pretty sick cuz it gets nice a juicy but no drips

  16. #6116

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    well yeah i used chalkboard eraser ima try it out today jus made my ghetto krink
    40% paint 60% thinner
    hope that goes thru

  17. #6117

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    just racked a kiwi leather dye bottle...what should i do with it? h34r: ..i have no ink or paint so yeh. is the leather dye by itself good for taggin?
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    honestly, at ur level, i dont think it really matters. and GODDAMNIT NEVER SAY THE WORD TAGGING. WRITING WRITING WRITING WRITING.

    if u dont have paint, y dont u get some?

  19. #6119

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    Originally posted by alive@Apr 7 2007, 10:05 PM
    honestly, at ur level, i dont think it really matters. and GODDAMNIT NEVER SAY THE WORD TAGGING. WRITING WRITING WRITING WRITING.

    if u dont have paint, y dont u get some?
    well im still a toy and all i do is tags...so tagging.

    and i dont know which paint is good for kiwis....can ink be used in kiwis?
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  20. #6120

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    so why do pull the green deal out of kiwi mops


 

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