any writer know Molotow is the best. this empty marker holds true to that. the plastic wont shatter like otr markers the cap clicks of with a nudge to the side. no leaks super concealable. oyu can use ink or paint. personally i would use ink because well ink flows better through any pump marker. a t nib is a great upgrade but not necessary this marker will last you a very long time. so get replacement nibs and make sure to clean the cap every once in a while for maximum life spans
another quality product from molotow. personal i didnt care for the paint in it. i emptied it out and you can feel the quality. the body is clear so if you like to watch you ink levels its a thing. the pump it comes with is nice and powerful it feels like it will last a very long time. the cap snaps off with just a click to the side as well as goes back on with easy and stays on. i filed mine with a nice black ink and its awesome. it flows and drips when asked too.(apreply) Why didn't you just buy the Burner Black?
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this marker is dope. its small with a nice punch. i liked it better with ink over paint. it is one of my faves. the only bad thing is that if you leave something in there for too long it will evaporate or harden up. but over all its awesome. great drips with inks
i love the marker. it writes on everything and anything.its easy to refil, you just unscrew the top. no fighting to pull out a nib. krink gives you some good fadeproof paint. the drips are nice. ofcourse there is the art primo alternative...minidrip steeltip and smash. you can also fill it with ink too. i love ink in this marker when writing on wood. i
f orange-sucks. fades quick in light but leaves a ghost
f yellow-sucks. fades quick in light but leaves a ghost
f pink-sucks. fades quick in light but leaves a ghost
white- prefect for any rust buster. stays to its color and last very long
black- smooth slick and speedy. write on everything with this long lasting marker
blue- good writing marker
yellow- second best choise for a rust buster. they fade to white after a long time. recomended
orange-fades but leaves a ghost with a tint. perfect for sneaking past the buff
green/teal-my favorite color for metal. fades but leaves a sneaky ghost.
red-nice color and doesnt fade too quick but will fade to pink in the sun
purple-doesnt fade too bad withstands lots of weather.
personally i stick to white black and yellow. if im feeling cray ill got with orange or teal. dont ever get the florenent ones or the glow in the dark. i view them for glass use only and they fade quick
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