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Krink K-66 Steel Tip by ENVOYDHC - A Top 1000 Reviewer! 08/05/2009
Krink K-66 Steel Tip Great mop. If you like the look of thin lines and a massive amount of drips, then this is the mop for you. Durable, squeezable, and, best of all, refillable.

Pros:
1. REFILLABLE! Oil based paint (I recommend thinned rusto bucket paint) does absolute wonders in this mop.
2. Durable. This will last forever. The only thing that will run out is maybe the body from catching too much heat from chemicals.
3. Versatile. Virtually writes on anything smooth. Metal, wood, plastic, glass, and even concrete.

Cons:
1. Loud. It's very loud writing. That may serve as a problem for some people.
2. Extremely drippy. Some claim to be able to write with this and have no drips, but if you're using anything thinner than the ink that comes inside of it, it's near impossible to not have drips. Personally, I like to have a mop that I can make clean or dirty with drips, depending on my mood.


The pros definitely outweigh the cons on this mop. It's not as clean as, say, the Presto Whiteout pen, but it can bust some pretty nasty lookin' tags, that sure do pop nicely. Your tag will definitely stand out from the rest with this mop, simply due to the nature of the lines. If you're looking for a little diversity in your tagging arsenal, then this will mix things up nicely.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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Art Primo Squeazy E by ENVOYDHC - A Top 1000 Reviewer! 08/04/2009
Art Primo Squeazy E All I gotta say about this mop is that it's the exact same thing as a stamp cleaner mop you can find at any Michael's-esque store. You can find the exact same body that is clear and squeezy, just like this. BUT, I will give AP mad props for the mo-hair nib on this thing. It DESTROYS the nibs on the stamp cleaner mops. Something I have done that worked well for me, was buy an assortment of nibs from AP (because they have a very nice selection of high quality nibs), and then try and match the nibs to mops I can find cheap at local stores.

But, if you don't have the ability to do what I do, definitely cop this mop because it's a classic body , nice size, and the nib is sexy. Great flow, great mop. Good job AP.


*Also a little tip, if you're using a thicker paint (I recommend thinned rusto) or a thick ink like Mr. Black or something, take the regulator out. But, if you're using a thinner, alcohol based ink such as Pilot ink, keep it in, so you can control the flow better.(ap reply) I like this guy. He's resourceful



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

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Molotow 411EM Empty Marker - Pocket by Anonymous - A Top 1000 Reviewer! 05/23/2009
Molotow 411EM Empty Marker - Pocket This is a dope marker. Extremely durable, extremely concealable, extremely easy to refill. Make sure you have replacement nibs if you plan to use it a lot (not because the nibs this comes with are cheap, just because nibs in general can get worn out easily).

I recommend filling this up with homemade pen ink, pilot, garvey, do em dirty, money shot, or marsh; of course, those are definitely not the only options.

I've never personally tried this with smash, but I've heard it's dope. Generally, stay away from thicker inks (especially paints or thick, pigmented inks) if you're looking for consistent flow. Also, when you first get this marker, take a safety pin or something and vertically poke a lot of holes in the top of the nib to loosen it up and increase flow. Another good hint to stop leaking is to take electrical tape and to wrap it around the marker where the bottom of the black part meets the clear body. Occasionally replace the tape to insure no leakage.

For frequent marker-users, this is a must have. The possibilities are endless.

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

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