This is a cool marker to add to your kit, but definitely not a standalone tool. Here’s my suggestion of how to incorporate this: Buy two of these, two toxic shockers, and two bottles of magic ink (black and white). Fill one of each marker with black, and the other with white. Now you can write on absolutely anything and everything regardless of the surface, and it all fits in your pocket. The steel nib is awesome for crusty stuff. It marks on everything except for smooth vertical surfaces - and that’s where the toxic shockers pick up the slack.
Seriously, if you’re looking for a minimalist kit this is what you need. This marker itself is barely larger than a presto white out pen, it holds a lot more paint, and it is nice and clean in your pocket. It’s not incredibly versatile but it can do what other markers simply can’t.
This is the most opaque neon green I've ever used. Nice and bright, however it's worth pointing out that this paint isn't UV resistant like the rest of the molotow line, which goes for all the neon colors. I picked up a can of painter's touch clear coat (can claims it's UV resistant), so I'll see how well this holds up outside after the additional clear coating.
Years ago I used to find these on glue spray cans in Menards, then they started floating around the internet as "Boston Thins." Really the best thin cap for rustos with the old valve system. A black rusto with one of these feels better than any fancy euro paint for thin clean outlines.
I bought the blazing red. Immediately i mixed it with a little black marsh because i want a blood red. Just a drop of marsh. And then mixed it with white magic ink. Tried to get a hot pink but only got a weird orangy skin tone. So i filled the mop with mostly red and it came out like a red deco kind of ink. Very nice. After everything had dried the orangy tint seemed to go away and i ended up actually getting a pink, not flesh tone as it appeared initially. In a normal marker it looks like a sharpie red. In a mop, its a bit jucier and darker. And this stains pretty good. Takes a good scrubbing to get it off but on a very weird note- if u put acetone on it, it immediatly turns to yellow and disappears! I use goof off for clean up and was very surprised to see it fade to nothing.