This lesson will show you how to convert a Krink K66 Steel Tip marker into a K60 squeeze marker. Now to can get two markers out of one.
1. Get your supplies together. Always work with your markers in a well vented area.
Working with markers is messy, so don't do it in your living room. Your mommy won't be happy when you spill ink on her carpet.
Things you need:
Krink K66 Marker
Drip Mop Nib
Drip Mop Lid
2. Unscrew the Steel Tip from the Marker. Remove the Steel Tip from the marker. It unscrews COUNTER-CLOCKWISE.
3. Place the Nib into the marker. Use your finger to insert the nib into the marker body. Do this slowly to not spill any ink. Make sure it goes all the way into the marker.
4. Place the lid back onto the marker. Place the lid back onto the marker body. Screw the head CLOCKWISE. Make sure it's firmly screwed on, you don't want a mess in your pants.
5. Start the nib. On a Flat Surface, carefully press down on the nib. Do this until ink has fully saturated the nib.