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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by imported_newz12, May 2, 2004.

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  1. ErrorOner...

    ErrorOner... Elite Member

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    wrong kind of nib^
    they be talkin about replacing mop nibs with felt.
    markers are good to go with whatever is on em.
     
  2. nerd+_+

    nerd+_+ Member

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    Testing out a homemade glue pen marker and rustoleum/break fluid ink

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    the fabric on the pens wore down really fast causing it to drip a tad more and one of them leaks but for only a dollar what can you expect?

    Replaces felt with some old boxer fabric. Works great!
     
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2010
  3. springbreak95

    springbreak95 Senior Member

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    Your a idiot, don't mix brake fluid with paint oh and paint and ink are 2 separate things you fucktard
     
  4. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    Not to mention, you probably shouldn't use brake fluid even with ink.
     
  5. nerd+_+

    nerd+_+ Member

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  6. Stoked2PaintNY

    Stoked2PaintNY Senior Member

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    brake fluid makes the ink resurface when once its re-wet with paint, meaning your shit takes several coats to cover
     
  7. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    I've never heard of that, and plus the ink without it survives several coats anyway.
     
  8. nerd+_+

    nerd+_+ Member

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    I think it is just a way to thin out the paint as well as corrode away at the surface of what ever you put it on. It is just a cheap readily accessible means to ink (paint). It works pretty well so far too. So I ain't hatin.
     
  9. Flawless Victory

    Flawless Victory Elite Member

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    Just because someone says to do something doesn't mean it's right, JUST SAYIN.

    If you want REAL stain, mix your ink with bleach and house cleaner.
    Make sure the cleaner has ammonia in it.
     
  10. nerd+_+

    nerd+_+ Member

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    It is in multiple resources...It has been tested...I have tested it... IT WORKS... Is it real "ink"... NO... It is DIY. It drips nice, readily available, and easy.

    If I wanted REAL stain... I would buy ink. But for dicking around with some different types of medium this works.
    For a .50 cent marker and about 8 dollars to get everything you need to mix for ink it works as an economy stain.

    Thanks for the tip though Flawless Victory.
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2010
  11. weedeater

    weedeater Senior Member

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    mustard gas is a great ink recipe
     
  12. Fury

    Fury Elite Member

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    Still, possibly the best quote ever, because nobody will listen to the first part.
     
  13. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    yall *****s is retarded lol. break fluid wont corrode shit, is onyl for ink, and if u want to thin paint use paint thinner...
     
  14. Flawless Victory

    Flawless Victory Elite Member

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    You mean the shit that you put in your car to protect against corrosion isn't corrosive?
    I call bullshit.
     
  15. nerd+_+

    nerd+_+ Member

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    I personally could give two shits about the corrosive properties only the thinning. BUT for the sakes of this dick length contest. Brake Fluid is naturally corrosive. They add non corrosives to the fluid in order to cut down on this. Dot-3 Brake Oil has a low amount of these corrosion inhibitors. When exposes these additive tend to break down.

    Now unless you all want to dangle your cocks till the judge gets here I bid you a fondue...
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2010
  16. OBEK

    OBEK Member

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    Whats a chisel tip permanent marker that wont bleed?
     
  17. Heksz

    Heksz Member

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    Uni Paint markers. they dont bleed and im pretty sure there chisel tiped. cheap too
     
  18. cornholio31337

    cornholio31337 Member

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    does any1 no any good markers to piece on skin. my girl wants me to do all her chest with a piece but not sure whats best to use
     
  19. Phillip McDougall

    Phillip McDougall Elite Member

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    Water based paint markers. Elmer's paints. Only use waterbased.
     
  20. cornholio31337

    cornholio31337 Member

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