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Molotow Dripstick DS-XS 3mm Ni
Molotow Dripstick DS-XS 3mm Nib Empty
5 Reviews 4.6 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Molotow Dripstick DS-XS 3mm Nib Empty
[1004981]
$2.99

 
 
 
by BuGS619 -Read all my Reviews 03/21/2016
Dope @$$ roller ball.Like everyone else pointed out works nice for grounders, or in my case metal "boxes" with layer after layer of rugged @$$ paint that tear your felt/mohair/sponge tips up. Definitely a must have for metal tips. Stay PUSHN.

Yo to homie who filled it with Smash(Xylene) Did your sh*t melt yet? "Recommend Alcohol Based".

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by MLKMG -Read all my Reviews 07/13/2015
Works well when writing on the floor or sidewalk, but thinner lines than a groundpaint bottle from shampoo bottle or something, but I have a lot of difficulty getting it to write on walls or dumpsters or anything upright, little to no paint comes out unless I squeeze really hard in which case more paint comes out than is readable. Yes, I know it must be depressed all the way to trigger the flow, but I have tried numerous times, and no matter how hard I press or angle the marker or squeeze, it is either all or nothing. I filled this baby with Smash, so maybe the xylene was too thin.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

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by Floors count -Read all my Reviews 12/27/2014
Got this marker cause I was in need of something to use on cement floors. Typically people use squirt bottles. Friends I know will fill water bottles and pop a hole thru the cap. I've made some out of visine droppers, carry on bottles, glue bottles. It's just all messy and hard to control and not very discrete. I liked how the krink ball markers write on concrete but those applicators are small and weak and krink ink is even weaker. The discription says use latex or alcohol based inks but I need oil for longevity. Should be ok. I don't see it getting clogged anytime soon and should be easy to clean if it does. Plus I thin the f*ck outta my ink. The body is the width of a deco marker and the line it makes is of similar size. About an inch shorter than a paint marker. It writes super smooth and squeezy bottle makes it easy to control the drips. As for my concrete floors, the smoother surface the easier to write; although since u can force the drips/flow, it will also work fine on rough concrete as well.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by Save5Pointz -Read all my Reviews 04/12/2014
Great marker! this really could be the best empty marker on art primo! i love playing around with this marker amazing and it drips great if u want it to!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by Ma.destruction -Read all my Reviews 05/31/2013
I just got this in the mail yesterday and I really like this marker a lot. It glides super smooth and feels good to write with. One thing you need to know is that there's a tiny spring/flow regulator in the nib and you have to keep the ball point fully depressed and pushed in as you write, or you'll end up with spots in your tag where it'll streak and skip out on you. You can fill it with ink or paint depending on your preference and the body of this marker is exactly the same size as the OTR .006. This means that if you get sick of using the ball point, you can put an OTR .006 nib in it and use it as a mop. I've already tried it and it fits perfectly.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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