Ironlak Marker Refill Paint 250ml
Graffiti writers, mixed-media artists, blackbook bombers and painters can all agree: Ironlak Refill Paint is a game changer! Fast-drying and highly opaque, Ironlak Paint can be used in markers, mops, pens, and airbrushes. This multitasking product even shines when applied with a brush or sponge!
What makes it special? A unique alcohol-and-water based formula gives Ironlak Refill Paint exceptional flexibility and allows for a long lasting finish on a wide range of surfaces. Ironlak Refill Paint performs on: glass, metal, canvas, concrete, paper and more. Weatherproof and UV-resistant once dry. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Includes mixing cup for blending custom colors. Colors match Ironlak LAK Spray Paint color palette.
Was wondering why it’s so cheap, now I know. Bought cameleon green and although I’m a fan of Ironlak spray paint, this was a pretty big disappointment. This paint is so watered down to the point where it’s as thin as some inks meaning it’s nowhere near the opacity of a lot of paints along with it’s strong and weird smell. I’ve only used it in a mop so I can’t judge it in other types of markers or for other types of art but I would not recommend in a mop for graffiti. 3 of 5 Stars!
Very nice for indoor stuff, have to use multiple coats, I don’t recommend the nitro it’s not opaque, pineapple would be better in the 45ml. If you wanna run this outside use a stainer like pilot ink, otr whatever. Ima get an 8mm hit and got to make the colors even out, I ran this through the twin tip Molotov and it’s nice, but it is a bit wattery. Ran this in a mop and haven’t tried the capabilities but ima add some stainer in it 4 of 5 Stars!
tried it in a 5mm marker and was a little dissapointed at first until i put it in a 15mm and a mop. the black was hitting! this isht is a much better bang for your buck than one4all, but i wouldnt put it in anything w/ a small/tight nib. 4 of 5 Stars!
Saw the big boi, decided to cop it and was not dissapointed! Awesome paint. Used it to refill the Montana acrylic markers and it worked awesome. 5 of 5 Stars!
Luis J. Gomez 12/04/2020
Blap blap, waddup doggies. Its ya boy the Joan Jet of graff. This paint leaves much to be desired in terms of weather resistance. Gave a cutty full of the "Smurf" to a friend and he went wild on a "relocated" home depot cart. Weather was dry for about 2 days but cart did sit outside for that so cold could also have been a factor. To keep this review short it never set off or fully dried and when the rain came about 90% of his tags washed off leaving behind ghosts. I think the ghost is just the acrylic mix doing the heavy lifting. Great for indoor use and spots out of the weather in my experience but miss this if you want to hit anywhere that gets wet. 3 of 5 Stars!
So far I've only tried the Tues Afterburn color (Orange). It's nice and fluid, flows really well out of a mop. I didn't have problems with opacity like some other reviewers, but it does fade super quickly in the sun. This may just be the color, not sure as I haven't tried other shades. If you're concerned with "staying power" I'd stay away. Personally I know that one way or another sh*t's gonna get buffed, so it doesn't bother me too much. Plus this stuff is about a cheap as it gets for high-flow marker paint. 3 of 5 Stars!
Bought Frazetta and Blue pilot ink, 50/50 mix will drip and stain like a mf! Opaque without having to use ink! All these other people who say it’s not opaque, they press too hard and can’t squeeze a mop. Def would recommend for drip mops, OTR 7mm, WOULD NOT RECOMMEND FOR DENSE NIBBED MARKERS! Mops only! 5 of 5 Stars!
Not impressed, bought frazetta, smurf, and soviet, none of them are opaque whatsoever, the ink spits out of my marker, way too watery, not worth the money. You should go buy the mtn street paint instead 1 of 5 Stars!