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frank zane from tornonto ont    Tuesday April 03, 2018 Asked this Question:
Subject: nibs
Question: Hey ap when can we expect replacement nibs for the hit n go\'s and magic markers?
AP Reply: Hi, we totally have replacement nibs for the Hit n Gos. These will all be listed as Art Primo nibs in our Art Primo nib section on the site.
phil heath from al    Wednesday March 21, 2018 Asked this Question:
Subject: steeel
Question: What would be a good silver refill for the steel blitz?
AP Reply: The Dr. Guts is great, it just might not be thick enough.
lee priest from neyork    Tuesday March 20, 2018 Asked this Question:
Subject: markers
Question: What\'s a good marker/mop for tagging on a black and white sign that is made of the same material as a stop sign?
AP Reply: WAT? We like 2ox Boston Round with Marsh.
hue of east from nj    Tuesday March 20, 2018 Asked this Question:
Subject: uni
Question: Yo ap can u guys talk to uni about making refills for their markers? I\'d kill for some refills of the px 30
AP Reply: We would love that too!!!
big lenny from del ray    Friday March 16, 2018 Asked this Question:
Subject: cans
Question: Why does the ny thin and rusto fat only work on mtn hardcore, but not the other European paints?
AP Reply: The valve size for these are different.
Jim Rustle from US    Tuesday March 13, 2018 Asked this Question:
Subject: Marsh 99 nib
Question: How do I break in a marsh 99 marker nib? I only have garsh in it and I\'ve ran it over grip tape and used a small exacto blade to hit the center but still can\'t get it to flow smoothly. Some detailed info would be much appreciated.
AP Reply: You shouldn/t have to break in the nib. You simply press down on the nib as you write to release more ink. Garvey is especially thin so it should flow through the nib fibes just fine.
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