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Big Squeeze
by PerkOne -Read all my Reviews Sunday May 15, 2011
Although I have not used this mop or the Krink 4oz Mop specifically, I am assuming they take after what their design is based on: the infamous Shoe Polish Mop. Just like their ancestor the Shoe Polish mop, they make wide, thick, drippy tags if you squeeze, and wide, thick, drippy tags if you don't squeeze. That wasn't an error in my typing, what I'm trying to say is that unless you put a super thick ink or paint in one of these, you're going to have drips. Although the drips are smaller when you don't squeeze than when you do, getting clean tags with these is kind of hard to do, and really Shoe Polish containers were used as mops specifically for the fact that they do give drips, so if you're into cleaner tags I'd suggest you look somewhere else such as a marker or a mop that will deliver less drippy tags (AP Toxic Shocker looks to be a good mop that isn't super squeezable, giving it nice clean tags). The biggest setback with this mop, the Krink 4oz Mop, and Shoe Polish mops in general is the nib. Use it on a smooth surface and it will last you forever, but use it on rough surfaces and it will last you about 5 tags. Overall a good, classic marker in essence, but with a new spin on it.

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