Art Primo Drip Mop Mini
The Art Primo Drip Mop Mini is our #1 Best Seller in our empty mop category thanks to its medium size, durability, and moderately squeezey body. This marker provides juicy drips and lots of line control: squeeze harder for bigger drips and more gently for thinner lines.
The Drip Mop Mini also features a threaded cap to decrease leakage and a replaceable, 11mm felt tip nib. Holds fluid 1.5oz. Refillable. Sold Empty. Purchase replacment nib here.
I bought this mop so I can catch big tags on my krink stickers. love it. thanks GR 5 of 5 Stars!
Amazing. I miss throwing a little smash in these babies. Used my buddies recently and had to snag a couple. I think I'm going to experiment with a concocsion of OTR hard to buff with some Molotow alcohol based paint, since I heard they both work well. If I remember, will send an update 5 of 5 Stars!
You gotta love em! these are very nice with almost whatever paint or ink you put in there. semi soft body but you can still squeeze. 4 of 5 Stars!
superr dope mop, the body is a little hard to squeeze at first, you def have to break it in first when you get it.
i ran my homemade oil based fill through it, had no problems, but deff get extra nibs for it, i ordered 25 extra nibs, cuz you cant beat that 5 pack nib price!!! also ran dr guts thru it, sickk stuff 5 of 5 Stars!
This is a great product, and I consider art primo's line of mops to be the gold standard.
It can be squeezed to crazy drips or carefully used for clean lines and everything in between. The tip is fairly durable, but not invincible. definitely choose your spots carefully or you'll be swapping nibs often. However, hitting a rough spot is not an instant death sentence.
I'm a fan of both this shape and the 2 oz. mop. This one is slimmer and fits nicely in a pants pocket or a slim bag, but still has a nice capacity. I find it less drippy than the 2 oz. mop, requiring more intentional squeezing to get the same amount of drips, but it can still get very drippy. 5 of 5 Stars!
NoNoNe ThE GoD 08/16/2019
favorite refillable mop that art primo supplies nice and slender good control for drips and from my experience from paints to inks you can use anything in these these are definitely my favorite mop 5 of 5 Stars!
Luis Morales 04/08/2019
I love this product but the tipped ripped on me 4 of 5 Stars!
Question: Hey are we able to add grog fmp paint to these empty markers or would it not be compatible?
Answer:(AP Reply)Grog should work just fine in these.
Question: does this come with mixing balls? and how many
Question: First use this marker was the bomb, but since I took out the nib to refill it, it leaks now. Anything I can do to fix this?
Answer:(AP Reply)Mops are made of inexpensive plastic so over time the solvents we use wear down the material. One of the most common things that happen is the neck stretches out. This is why we try to price them as affordable as possible, so they're easily replaceable when they finally wear out.
Question: yo homie. can i filll it with spray paint,(?) the chrome one. will this work?
Answer:(AP Reply)You can definitely fill this with homemade paint mixes, but be careful to avoid anything with high levels of Xylene as it will degrade plastic over time and cause leaks. Spray paint on it's own is going to dry way too quickly- you're better off using a refill ink.
(HIRAETH Says:) Yea, I wouldn’t. AP is right. The paint would dry too quickly. If you mix the paint with water it might work but I don’t think it’s a good idea. Yea, I wouldn’t. AP is right. The paint would dry too quickly. If you mix the paint with water it might work but I don’t think it’s a good idea.
Question: Will you guys have the steel tip nib replacements back on the site anytime soon? Cuz I'm tryna order soon.
Answer:(AP Reply)We have no word on a restock unfortunately. Please keep checking back with the site.
Question: The question was so confusing that ap made a motorcycle sound effect
Question: nope. you gotta out ink in it first xD
Question: Can i fill this with just straight Enamel Rusto? or should i thin it a little?
Answer:(AP Reply)You can, you will need to thin to the consistency you desire.