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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by .limit., Jul 10, 2004.

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  1. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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    Not worth the effort..
     
  2. flask1995

    flask1995 Senior Member

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    yeah, the only raeson i did this was because to tag small area's and parts
     
  3. Karse

    Karse New Member

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    Personal favourite is the OTR: Hard to buff. No streaks and comes out clean, although tends to run out pretty quickly.
     
  4. flask1995

    flask1995 Senior Member

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  5. BlacktodaFuture

    BlacktodaFuture Elite Member

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  6. flask1995

    flask1995 Senior Member

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  7. TECKN

    TECKN Senior Member

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    how do you refill a fat paint marker?
    i have one but i cant get it open
    it aint a markwell marker but its just like it, diff brand
     
  8. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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    Post a picture.

    First, try twisting it the opposite direction. A lot of those are reverse-threaded.
     
  9. BEORONE

    BEORONE Member

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    sakura, uni-paint, my own custom k-66 and w/e i can get my hands on. shitty markers is still markers
     
  10. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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    Markingpendepot.com
    traceypackaging.com

    carpediemstore.com

    You're welcome.
     
  11. reptlcal

    reptlcal Member

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    otr flowpen, decos, kiwi mop, dalo and I wanna try out those sakuras and get a soul tip. also like krylon with a german outline.
     
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  12. syne7

    syne7 Senior Member

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    Kiwi Mop, Shapie Magnums, and my semen.
     
  13. iloveCrackaine

    iloveCrackaine Member

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    feeln them burner markers.. but i like to b oldschool and just use uni's they do the job
     
  14. W_G_O_N_E

    W_G_O_N_E Elite Member

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    def. gonna chack these out there is one i found called durablesupply.com got a real good selection of uni's , dalo's , dykem , zig's and so on quick shipping and decen prices
     
  15. Self1

    Self1 Member

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    Pentel Paint Markers, Pilots Jumbo, rarely sharpies, kiwi mop.
     
  16. havokoner

    havokoner Member

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    two tone streks are delicious! always gotta have a streak :) but pilots, decos, flowpens and stuff are all cool too. i just dont really like mops very much, i dont know just not my thing i guess.
     
  17. massacreman

    massacreman Elite Member

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    otr hard to buff mini's, sakuras, few slimline mops filled with oi nk. uni paint's
     
  18. Phat 2

    Phat 2 Elite Member

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    Pilot SCA-6600, Molotow masterpiece, Molotow burner PP-660 or something I forgot the exact name, and these Uni paint markers that come in white silver and black, the small ones, I like em, kinda oily, I love their ink quality :>
     
  19. HëRbN

    HëRbN Elite Member

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    lookin for a bingo dabber style marker but with a nib about half the size. like a 1/4 inch across. Any ideas i know they excist
     
  20. RemoZ

    RemoZ Senior Member

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