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How To Covert a Krink K60 marker to a K66
How to Convert a K60 to a K66
This lesson will show you how to convert a Krink K60 squeeze marker into a K66 steel tip marker. This way you can pick up steel tip head and get two markers from one.

1. Get your supplies together. Always work with your markers in a well vented area. Working with markers is messy, so don't do it in your living room. Your mommy won't be happy when you spill ink on her carpet.
Things you need:

  • Krink K60 Marker
  • Steel Tip Head
  • Knife

2. Unscrew the lid from the Marker. Remove the lid from the marker. The lid unscrews COUNTER-CLOCKWISE.

3. Remove the nib from the marker. Using your knife or something with a sharp edge, carefully remove the nib from the marker body. Once you get it loose, you can use your fingers to remove it the rest of the way.

4. Install the Steel Tip. Place the Steel Tip Head onto the marker body. Screw the head CLOCKWISE.

8. Get to Work. Enjoy you newly filled marker.