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Unipaint Broad
by PHL -Read all my Reviews Friday August 01, 2008
Haha! Old school tool right here. I've tryed every color, maybe even 2 or 3 times, and they're all great. It's very opaque, it covers everything to my knoledge, and is very high quality stuff. There is very few things that I don't like about these, one is that it doesn't come filled all the way, to get around this, open it up, and put a bit of thinner in it and shake it vigorously, another thing that isn't to like about these, is the silver, if you let the paint dry on the nib, and you don't use it for a while, when you start to use it again, the paint flows over the nib, instead of inside of it. If you have any problem like that, the thing to do is to take the nib out and immerse it in a thinner (xylene, turpentine, paint thinner, laquer thinner, or even alchohol if you don't have access to these), after this, let it set out on a paper towel for a couple hours until it's dry, now immerse it in water until no thinner is left on it, after this, let it dry again, then get a push pin and put small holes in it, aswell as dragging the pin point along it so that you can see the little hairs come out (Don't do this to much :O). To all that are interested, these ARE refillable! Don't throw away these bad boys, they're built like a tank. All this in a bundle, they're great markers, and to those who didn't know, these are the markers that earsnot uses. Hope I helped. Get these in bulk because you'll be hooked on them :) Overall 5/5, great product.

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