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

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  1. SERK

    SERK New Member

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    The classic shoe polish bottle, wrap it in duct tape, pop the top off, add your special paint mix, cap her up, go out, squeeze her against the wall, and make a drippy mess!
     
  2. sermaone

    sermaone New Member

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    super easy, super drippy mop. just take a bingo dauber, take off the job and fish out the regulator, dump out the ink it comes with, fill it in with some of your own, and put the nib back on. take it with me every time i bomb and it’s better than some of the commercially made mops i’ve seen
     
  3. bad boy

    bad boy Senior Member

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    I like to use sakura solid markers.
     
  4. bad boy

    bad boy Senior Member

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    And uni posca, or uni paint marker is also good choosing.
     
  5. bad boy

    bad boy Senior Member

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    I was shopping on one evening. Do you know Montana? Many graffiters in Finland like to use Montana markers and cans.
     
  6. Toy Asf

    Toy Asf New Member

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    Anyone know how to refill a Bic wite out pen?
     
  7. Grizz620

    Grizz620 Member

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    The threads are reversed, so lefty tightly righty loosy. I like to use a good pair of pliers to get the cap loose, and if you want to refill it with anything other than more whiteout, you can clean it out with WD-40. Add dyes to change the color of the whiteout, and get BIG UPS!!
     
  8. Grizz620

    Grizz620 Member

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    I picked up one too, at a welding supply shop. They are made for marking metal, so that says something. They also smell like shit, so I'm sure there's a strong solvent in it too. The nib seems a hair too small, which runs the risk of it coming out mid write...
     
  9. Andy B

    Andy B Senior Member

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    I got a bunch of those Forney markers. Easy to rack. They hold up long. Smell bad, but it's cause they are oil based. But only good for quick tags.
     
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  10. Grizz620

    Grizz620 Member

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    What colors you rock wit?
     
  11. Andy B

    Andy B Senior Member

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    I currently go with the basics. I got black, white and chrome. I grabbed a red one recently but it's kind of whack. The black is best and hits on anything. And I haven't noticed if they fade. I still got a few up that have got almost a year on them. The chrome is alright. The white doesn't hold up at all. But they are easy to rack and easy to stash or toss. I get mine at a hardware store where they are kept in a box and sold as singles, no packaging.
     
  12. Grizz620

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    I only have the red and haven't used it yet, but I kind of wanna see the chrome in action
     
  13. Andy B

    Andy B Senior Member

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    My kid got these for me for Christmas. I ain't tried them yet.

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  14. vigostar

    vigostar Senior Member

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  15. Andy B

    Andy B Senior Member

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    Acrylic paint pens. I'm going to try them out on the next piece. See what happens. Not like it will matter a lot with my garbage pieces, but it may improve it a bit.