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Wednesday - February 17, 2010 01:39:10 PM
How can you not be hip to this?

Marsh is highly pigmented ink, so be sure to shake it really well puto! I recommend at least a minute with the tin upside down. Once you got the bottle mixed take off the cap and put that fancy pants spout we packed with it. What? you don't have it? It's in your box and probably settled to the bottom. Oh you threw the box away? Too bad cholo! Youre out of luck! Actually you can just pour it into a paper cup, and then into a mop. Also, if you really want a spout still, call us when placing your next order and we'll throw one in. Ok got that spout on? Great! now carefully fill that mop, right below the concave part of the marker body.

Now for the Garvey! A dab will do ya. In fact, all you need for a quart of Marsh is a 4oz bottle of Garvey. A little goes a long way, anything more is overkill in my book, but hey! You are your own grandpa. Do what you want! Why add the Garvey you ask? Well, the reason is that Marsh is a durable pigmented product, but its not for bleeding. Let me emphasize that this is one of the most difficult to remove products thats why it has been so popular with writers all these years. but like paints, it can be painted over pretty easy with heavy primers. Thats where the Garvey comes in! Like all dyes it will fade in the sun but when mixed with Marsh you have a deadly potion that is as we say in the industry "unfukwitable" BELI-DAT!

take note of that huge black smear. Please fill you mops in an appropriate location.


Now get to work sonny! Look how that marsh covers everything! Proper drips, flow and all the things you expect in a mop. Its really amazing how many "ink" brands that are out there that don't do any of the above. The sad part is that you are paying 4-5 times as much per ounce for some of them. Pretty black huh? Kinda makes you wonder what the point of the Garvey is right?

Well here is your answer! The purple bleeeeeeeds!

posted by Skinhead O' Conner

(7) comments
On Monday - February 22, 2010 10:37:07 PM -- Smearone wrote:
God damn that beast I want that so bad can u please do a white Marsh +Garvey please n
how did the otr paint stand up to the buff.

(apreply) if I have an open tin of White MArsh I will. As far as the OTR goes. I haven't tested it, but like all paints it can be painted over. thats not why you buy the soul tip paint. You get it for its poppin' colors and cheap price. also its pretty compatible with most mops. Anyways, half of you rugrats are tagging dumpsters and stop signs, What use is "buff" resistance to you anyways
On Tuesday - February 23, 2010 03:17:26 PM -- smearone wrote:
lol true we really dont hit hardcore things as much anymore
On Wednesday - February 24, 2010 07:54:35 PM -- CrustOner wrote:
What would be considered a "hardcore" spot to hit...? your face
On Friday - February 26, 2010 07:23:43 PM -- Smearone wrote:
Crustoner if u think my face would b a spot to hit go for it u wouldn't even b able to get you're hands on me puss
On Tuesday - March 2, 2010 01:51:25 PM -- tagoncrusties wrote:
Skinhead O Conor, the working class man.
On Tuesday - March 2, 2010 06:24:31 PM -- Ace Dom Tora wrote:
HAHA nice, my review got on the blog ^^
On Friday - March 5, 2010 03:53:35 PM -- ace Dom Tora wrote:
Thanks ap ^^(apreply) No Prob
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