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Bingo Dabbers

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by _DESSA_, Aug 4, 2005.

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  1. _DESSA_

    _DESSA_ Senior Member

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    i read you can use these, when i opened mine in didnt look like there was anyway to add your own paint or ink. I am assuming that you cant use the stock ink, and i didnt see anything like this in the other threads. i would appreciate it if someone could helpme out..
     
  2. -resq-love-obk-

    -resq-love-obk- Elite Member

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    you can take the top off. but bingo dabbers suck, atleast all mine do. i cant find anyfelt around here so i dont make new tips and the stock ones just fall off. and they are hard to squeeze.
     
  3. snow2skate

    snow2skate Elite Member

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    I found a nice one at a doller store a few weeks ago, its got a stronger cloth nib so that it wont fall off. and its a weird shape that lets you squeeze it easy, i get really nice smooth lines and long drips.
     
  4. _DESSA_

    _DESSA_ Senior Member

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    i bought i primo binger dabber ($1.00) if that makes a differance
     
  5. pSYKAOz

    pSYKAOz Elite Member

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    bingo dabbers are the shit.
    change the felt tip with mom's wool blankets and empty the bottle and squeeze it alot of times in a row to soften the plastic n make it easier to squeeze when taggin, pliers help to soften it.
     
  6. _DESSA_

    _DESSA_ Senior Member

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    thanks, but my main concern was how to get the felt nib out, because it doesnt unscrew or anything
     
  7. ILL

    ILL Elite Member

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    HOW TO MAKE A BINGO DABBER MOP

    1. take the cover off and you'll see that theres a piece that comes out at the top.
    View attachment 165073

    2. pull it out.
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    3. on the inside of the nib piece there will be a plastic thing that helps control how much ink comes out, pull it out
    View attachment 165075

    4. fill it with what ever you want and put the nib back in or make your own nib if you want
     
  8. broke820

    broke820 Member

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    or if you got one where the top dont come off then just punch a hole in the bottom and seal it up after filling it
     
  9. klame

    klame Member

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    its all about the 'window chalk' markers. tough nibs...easy to refill...put them in the microwave to soften them up. dolar stores have them...they are made in edm.
     
  10. _DESSA_

    _DESSA_ Senior Member

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    i saw them but didnt think it was worth the money because they were like 6.00 at ac moore
     
  11. JadedSketches

    JadedSketches Elite Member

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    what are you talking about,theyre super cheap,five finger discount
    cheapest thing out there
     
  12. _DESSA_

    _DESSA_ Senior Member

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    ^^yeah, but idont like to steal unless i have to
     
  13. lipn

    lipn Senior Member

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    haven't experimented with the bingo dabbers but seems to me they'd
    leave sweet and drippy mop like tags. i dunno i'll have to pick me up a few
    at a local dollar store.
     
  14. slick dick willy

    slick dick willy Senior Member

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    Use bingo dabbers on flat surfaces like metal, plastic, windows etc.....
    Avoid rough surfaces like concrete,bricks...stuff like that so the nib would not
    rip off, also go find the best bingo dabbers with best nibs. Also
    if you are stuck with a nib that shows signs of tear , slow the motion of
    your hit up. I think its called friction that messes the nib.
    OR make your own nib.
     
  15. JadedSketches

    JadedSketches Elite Member

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    you think its called friction?
    Now you just proved that your atleast twelve or under.
    Wait til puberty strikes,then come back...
















































    Maybe.
     
  16. burned_out_Burner

    burned_out_Burner Senior Member

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    window chalk markers work good with homemade ink ;-)
     
  17. pSYKAOz

    pSYKAOz Elite Member

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    word up its all bout the mini window markers haha

    of course a dope recipee of homemade ink helps haha

    like thiss..... nigga wat
    View attachment 168399
     
  18. STARKiD*

    STARKiD* Member

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    i got a better idea make ur self a kiwi mop and have fun with that. theres nothing easier than that. wun.


    sssssssssstarrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
     
  19. stigma 2k6

    stigma 2k6 Senior Member

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    word ill says it just fill up with krink and it works like a dream man best thing ever

    second only to a real marker these kik ass
     
  20. BRAINE

    BRAINE Elite Member

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    put the mop down, and zip up your pants