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The Ink Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Enmity, Feb 3, 2008.

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  1. ekimboi1

    ekimboi1 Senior Member

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    you know what would be tight, if you can get some of that real thick yellow/white paint they use for making lines on the streets and shit and put it in a mop! that shit lasts for like 10 years even sittin in the sun on hot summer days and it still styas bold!!!
     
  2. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    where would you buy that?
    :eek:
     
  3. ekimboi1

    ekimboi1 Senior Member

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    im not talkin bout regular latex or acrylic, this shit is like wierd, i think they to like boil it to get it on and let it cure, like tar!idk where you would get it?!
     
  4. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    ahaha no fucken clue,
    but youd have to thin it down a fuckload im sure its thick as fuck.
    im sure someones tried it.
    itd be fucken sick thoughh :eek:
     
  5. anti-anti-crime

    anti-anti-crime Elite Member

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    i found a powder form of it, its red, im not shur how the permanancy is, cause ive never got the formula to work where it would b opaque enough.
     
  6. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    pm rogue or bizerk.
    im sure they know.
    einsteins.
     
  7. The_NaMEz_BaNKz

    The_NaMEz_BaNKz Elite Member

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    YOOOOOO..i was thinkin the same thing today in my boys car..cuz we were at a stop..and i was like damn...what fuckin pait do they use for that..i know for sure its not jus a roller cuz that shit is thick as hell


    EDIT ::: Chlorinated Rubber Road and Line Marking Paint. Can be used on Clean / Dry Tarmac and Concrete.
     
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  8. letsg0skate

    letsg0skate Senior Member

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    who cares what you use, your one the of the worst writers on this site when it comes to quality of work.
     
  9. The_NaMEz_BaNKz

    The_NaMEz_BaNKz Elite Member

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  10. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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  11. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    ^^hahhahahhh.

    is it just me or is anything made with rusto considered ghetto krink now a days?
    u might as well call krink, ghetto krink then

    and before you smart asses go "NO CAUSE GK IS NAMED AFTER KRINK"

    yah...i kno.

    but go fuck yourself =D
     
  12. MESN[905]

    MESN[905] Senior Member

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    so what? hes doing his thing an hes progressing

    quit hatin

    keep it up raveoh
     
  13. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    are you kidding!?!?

    mixing paint is a very complicated procedure! i mean cmon. it aint easy! you gotta get these measuring cups. takes notes on what you do. keep record so u remember how to get the same color. last time my meth lab nearly exploded!




    and if you guys want crazy colors.

    learn about
    PIGMENTS!!

    and i kno nothing of them so go bitch at rogue n biz =D
     
  14. ann har

    ann har Member

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    ---im not talkin bout regular latex or acrylic, this shit is like wierd, i think they to like boil it to get it on and let it cure, like tar!idk where you would get it?!---

    The paint they use to make line is EPOXY paint... You can ask at paint specialty shop

    from http://www.klasskote.ca/ : Klass Kote epoxy is a 2-component coating system. Equal parts of side-A (epoxy) and side-B (catalyst) are required for proper cure. Reducing is optional, but all Klass Kote epoxy colors & primers may be reduced as needed.
     
  15. partofme

    partofme Senior Member

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    Does anyone know? Also if i mixed some cold sweat into my hardto buff mini would i have issues? Only reason i don't experiment is cause I don't wanna waste good ink.
     
  16. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    ahahaha.
    good ink.
     
  17. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    yeah...basically otr. molotow. or anything that makes "graffiti" markers is shit ink

    krink is ok i guess. havnt heard anything bad from his markers. "or shall i say arromark's markers"
     
  18. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    yeaa.
    i would actually some shit if he still made it and not be a sellout.
     
  19. rave905

    rave905 Senior Member

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    yo i never use a measureing cup just a pincha this a n bitta that till i get sumthin i like

    the only tool i use is a funnel lol
     
  20. partofme

    partofme Senior Member

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    Nah the OTR cold sweat isn't so bad. Im talking more about when i get my grog and mr black and oink. The HTB mini is already filled up with pilot, i know HTB is shit.