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

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  1. 5fowty

    5fowty New Member

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    Will the 25mm replacement nib for the Molotow dripstick fit on the grog 25mm squeezer?
     
  2. RESK_ONE12

    RESK_ONE12 Member

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    anybody recommend like a thick marker to catch tags with on like smooth walls/ stop signs/ newspaper dispensers. i tried to look for some pilot 25mm at walmart and they dont carry shit. so any1 knows of a good marker that i could buy locally id be great
     
  3. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    I think a Sharpie Magnum would work well for that, a black one though.
     
  4. Walleeto

    Walleeto Senior Member

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    keep searching for pilot... i know there should be pilots somewhere in your area... if not, any big/thick permanent marker will work like artline 100
     
  5. TRUANT365

    TRUANT365 Senior Member

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    Make a mop, and your own ink if you really need to, there's some excellent tutorials for ink and mop making on youtube,



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  6. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    I got this new paint marker, but the nib is pretty streaky on hard surfaces any tips?
     
  7. Coleo

    Coleo Elite Member

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    take a razor and just slice the end of the nib untill its soft like
     
  8. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    Alright I'll try it out, thanks for the tip!
     
  9. mefisto

    mefisto Senior Member

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    Lak' markers are like any other marker, except the paint in them is pretty weak as I have herard. 'Course you can refill them like any other markers.
     
  10. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    Right now I stick to solid paint markers, and paint markers, I'm hoping to try a jumbo pilot and a mop
     
  11. Mellow

    Mellow Member

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    jumbo pilot markers rock. im not the biggest fan of solid paint markers like sakuras but ill give them another try.
     
  12. F8L

    F8L Member

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    "car windsheild markers" work great on bathroom walls,powerboxes, and really anything with a smooth surface ya can glide across... the one i put paint in is about 3/4 of an inch fat uptop...gona try it on a freight within the next few days ill post a few pix after
     
  13. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    I haven't really tried Sakuras lol
     
  14. thirstyeye

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  15. SlimShaady

    SlimShaady Member

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    Any thoughts on the Montana cans 15mm Acrylic markers?
     
  16. thirstyeye

    thirstyeye Member

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    their arcylic markers are good, sometimes i have to roughen up the tip cuz the paint comes out streaky. i havent tried it on poles or shit but its sweet in blackbooks.
     
  17. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    Arcylic markers are alright on some surfaces, on others they get streaky..
     
  18. Walleeto

    Walleeto Senior Member

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    use it only on smooth surfaces??
     
  19. thirstyeye

    thirstyeye Member

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    i usually stab my wall or some shit to its smooth lol
     
  20. InnerCityRebel

    InnerCityRebel Senior Member

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    I did that ^ haha
    Do you guys know of any markers/mops that are good? I'm looking to buy some from the shop.