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Wednesday - October 16, 2013 12:52:24 PM
How to Smash your Presto



How to Refill your Presto Marker with Smash Ink
Yes, you can refill your Presto marker and Smash Ink is the perfect Ink for it. It's pretty simple to do and will take about 5 minutes to do.But first, find a space that you don't mind a few drops of spilled Smash Ink. In other words, don't do this on mommy's coffee table.





Here's what you'll need: Smash Ink, Empty Presto Marker, Gloves, and and empty film canister or similar hard plastic container.





First, remove the valve from your marker, you can use a small flat head screwdriver but be careful not to damage the marker. You can also just pry it off with your fingers by rocking it back and forth.





Next, shake that Smash up! No seriously, shake it for 2-4 minutes.





Pour a few fluid ounces of Smash into a smaller hard plastic container. We recommend a film canister. You can cap the canister for later use and you can bend the edge of the canister to give you a better pour.





Carefully pour the Smash into the Presto. Fill it to about the "P" on the label of the marker.





Place the valve back on the marker. Try rocking it from side to side until it snaps back into place. Make sure it's on firmly or you might end up with Smash ink running down your leg when it leaks in your pocket.







Done. Now you have a Smash Presto.

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