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Bingo Dabbers

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by bomber44, Jan 15, 2006.

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  1. bomber44

    bomber44 Member

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    Now I just bought some dabbers and they look sweet.Although the ink aint hard to buff.
    Have you guys ever bught them berfore?
    What do you guys think? :blink:
  2. kill

    kill Elite Member

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    markers thread
    where do they sell?
  3. ILL

    ILL Elite Member

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  4. Echo-location

    Echo-location Senior Member

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    I've only ever had one dabber, and it didn't have a removable nib assembly. If you've got one like that, stab the nib for a few minutes with a pin and give it some good squeeze when you're writing, and it should have at least enough flow for drips.
    The ink my dabber had was decently opaque and it weathered pretty well (colour faded but it didn't wash away), but it was easily buffed when people wanted it off.

    If you've got one with a removable top, dump the bingo ink and replace it with your own mix, and take out any valve the assembly might have in there to limit the flow.
  5. gnarlatron3030

    gnarlatron3030 Elite Member

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  6. Grapez

    Grapez Senior Member

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    I got one and filled it up with my own paint and it wasnt very good you would have to write on something flat so the bottom of the marker would be facing up because the paint didnt really have a good flow to the tip, when i would do it on something like the side of a mailbox it would get really streaky and faded by the end.
    maybe it was just that one that sucked i dont know. <_<
  7. wfl

    wfl Senior Member

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    i made one and it was just like a marker like how u can take off the nib and it was ok but the nib ripped off after a little while it was my fault tho.
  8. gnarlatron3030

    gnarlatron3030 Elite Member

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    ^^ that makes total sense

    why can't anybody construct a simple sentence???
  9. Echo-location

    Echo-location Senior Member

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    Yes, those are dabbers.
  10. `~SNEK~'

    `~SNEK~' Elite Member

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    they look like (insert sex toy here)
  11. Echo-location

    Echo-location Senior Member

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    Well, who do you think their target market is? That knob-tube design will appeal to all your bingo-fiending grannies.
  12. good

    good Senior Member

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    haha i was just bout to say that and they look like it wouldent work
  13. UKCsire

    UKCsire Senior Member

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    I racked one from the dollar store call "OH SHIT" - no joke...haven't changed the nib or ink yet though...
  14. T R E O

    T R E O Elite Member

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    o yea.markers thread buddy.
  15. Dens_One

    Dens_One Senior Member

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    I don't like 'em. I have like 3 bingo sticks and I don't use any of them. I tried once with the stock nib and it ripped almost instantly on the first surface that was the slightest bit unsmooth. Then I used chalkboard felt and that was better until it pushed into the marker and blew ink all over the fuckin place. Just refil a woodcraft or a OTR is my advice, or if you want a mop get a kiwi or a glass chalk marker, those aren't half bad
  16. (ace)

    (ace) Senior Member

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    bingo dappers are pretty good if u dont use the stock nib:

    get a dapper with the hardest nib

    empty it

    fill it up with 3/4 paint and 1/4 of brake fluid or paint thinner

    take off the little penis in the nib that controls the ink

    but the nib back on and mix it

    try it on smooth surface and it will make some nice fuckin' drips

    (but ur dapper wont last u for weeks)

  17. Malicious artist

    Malicious artist Senior Member

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    i hate bingo dabbers. i cant get the top part off to fill it with ink, in my opinion i say just use something else lol
  18. why_did_i_get_banned?

    why_did_i_get_banned? Member

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    Well... I can. Replace the nib aswell with a sponge or somthing, bingo daber nibs are horible....
  19. Slushi

    Slushi Banned

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    bingo dabbers are teh shiz.
    You guys probably just buy them and go tag with the shitty ink and everything. You have to remove the swirly thing inside the nib, clean the bottle and nib, then put some good ink into it.
  20. why_did_i_get_banned?

    why_did_i_get_banned? Member

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    Who ever uses the ink in a dabber, Should, dabb them selfs in the eye.