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Bingo Dabbers

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

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  1. biblebeltbangerz

    biblebeltbangerz Elite Member

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    they are just too obvious ive seemed to avoid them throughout my graffiti journey.
     
  2. BridgeRat

    BridgeRat Senior Member

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    If your tying to put paint in a mop use a automotive window marker.
     
  3. TERV

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  4. Novel_808

    Novel_808 Senior Member

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  5. TERV

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    Bingo daubbers are never where you expect them to be. I'm always finding them at the most random places[/QUOTE]


    do you know where do get really good mops from with ink in them because they are a bit expensive especially because my family and I are struggling for money because my pa has recently passed away
     
  6. Novel_808

    Novel_808 Senior Member

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    do you know where do get really good mops from with ink in them because they are a bit expensive especially because my family and I are struggling for money because my pa has recently passed away[/QUOTE]

    You have to make your own out of litterally anything or get creative and look for things that already have a mop body: itch releif sticks, some tacky glue sticks, bingo daubbers, makeup stuff, etc. Or you can do the easiest thing ever and just buy a bottle of that white Kiwi shoe pollish because that stuff doesnt fade and lasts forever if it doesnt get buffed. The possibilities for mops are endless!
     
  7. Slushi 6989

    Slushi 6989 Moderator

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    Sorry about your pa. Go to the dollar store. You can get bingo dabbers + some of those little acrylic paints which you can dilute with water, its called "ghetto junobo".
     
  8. TERV

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    Thanks guys