I must say that the paint itself looks and spreads really nice, but IMO, I think the material used for the tips/nibs, is just to synthetic. It causes streaks. I'd like to try the ink in say.... a mini-wide felt tip. I think it would get less streaks. maybe not... Has anyone tried what I'm talkin' about, does anyone know how this "ink/paint" works with gravity fed, felt-tips? Maybe if you shaved the original tips down say 1/8thin on it's sides, then wrapped the nib in felt it would steak less. maybe...
Wicked lil marker!.. i use molotow transformer ink & the coversall in it & it rocks on Eggshells & Slaps! I like the long nib so when u juice it it doesnt make contact with the surface so u dont get the donut ring effect by accident when you press down. Not drippy which is perfect for books & stickers.
This lil guy is the sickest!! I up'd to a round nib for street use: quick n juicy tags, no time to set my hand n angle for chisel tip when im on the move... I recommend this marker stock for slaps & round nib for bombing - personal preference. I also refilled it using the Molotow coversall & it still crushes! Super thick nib & awesome flow.. very juicy, refillable & compact! U cant beat it!
You may hear a click , but no paint comes out of the caps ,and "don't be afraid to press hard" like video says ,but the paint gets on the can, and hands. They don't work don't buy them you've been warned!!!!!!
(APREPLY) We have sold over 2 million of these to happy customers. They definitely work. You either aren't pressing hard enough or didn't remove the plastic ring.
I used it on a rusto-leum painters touch 2x and didn't hear any click it wobbled from side to side while attempting to push it in,and got paint everywhere.(APREPLY) We have sold over 2 million of these to happy customers. They definitely work. You either aren't pressing hard enough or didn't remove the plastic ring.