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Molotow High Solid 227 One 4 All Markers
The 227 Molotow High Solid One4All Markers are designed specifically to meet the high standards of professional artists. The 227HS markers have great coverage. Molotow's patented Flowmaster Valve system allows the paint to flow evenly with more consistency than any marker of its style. This marker has a 4mm nib which are replaceable.
Don’t pass up this marker. This is the sh*t. 5 of 5 Stars!
Not enough good can be said about these markers, they're extremely versatile and expertly crafted.
I've been using mine day after day, refilling them, thinning them, and the nibs have stayed nearly fresh like the day I bought them. Their durability is extremely impressive and definitely worth the buy.
Ink Run out? Refill with any thinned out Acyrlic or Ink and Viola, the marker will never die. 5 of 5 Stars!
These markers are GREAT!!!!
The cap is crazy easy to remove,
Which sounds stupid until you use it.
The body is plastic, with a glass mixing bead.
So, you dont sound like yer carrying a rattle can.
The paint flow is perfect.
They really nailed the paint/valve combo, here.
The paint formula is great.
The coverage is ill.
Dries HELLA FAST.
Perfect for stickers.
Great stealth marker.
... And, they Write on clothes/shoes/stuff....
What more do you want? 5 of 5 Stars!
I FOUND A NEW USE FOR THEM! take all the marker parts out until there is only the marker body, then either keep the ink or put it somewhere to use for later. so when u have the marker body filled with the ink of ur choice put a drip mop nib on here!!!! its like the toxic shocker! you might have to put a little musle into it! don't worry it will work! 5 of 5 Stars!
These guys are hands down the best paint markers money can buy. Nothing compares to the strong pigment these markers leave. Theee
best. 5 of 5 Stars!
The Phat Phantom 08/31/2011
I prefer these to decos because you can, well, just do more with these. Most decos arent refillable, their paint isnt that good, and they dont even cross your mind when you think about air brushing blank hats and stuff. These? killer. 4 of 5 Stars!
Only place i found the EXACT COLORS of paint markers i needed for my growing craft business, tickled to find these, will be back for more 5 of 5 Stars!
These makers are very good... The use of them in canvas requires a little technique though to give it a good fade and effect depending on your style. You have to be careful on paper because if you use regular paper, it will tend to make it very soggy. But these were originally designed for Canvas so I recommend it for canvas. The pump action is very smooth, the colors are great, and what I love about these paint markers is that they are easy to clean. Very high quality and worth ever cent. Recommend it for anyone. 5 of 5 Stars!
Question: Can u refill this woth smash ink bro????
Answer:(AP Reply)We would recommend sticking with a water-based if you/re refilling this. If you want Smash in a marker of this size you can fill a 222EM Marker; http://artprimo.com/catalog/molotow-211em-empty-marker-p-148-
Question: I was wondering whats the best way to store these markers? meaning is it best to leave them facing up, down, or lay them flat so they won't dry up or anything.
Answer:(AP Reply)There are all sorts of ways to store these and up to preference. If you use these often they will naturally mix in handling. If you are storing them for some time, sideways may be smart since the paint has an easier chance of mixing. I personally store them upright and every so ofter flip and leave the container upside down and then flip again.
Question: These markers would not cover my Mtn 94 spray paint, the one4all paint gathered into little beads on top of it, and I was wondering if anyone knew why and if it would do the same on Flame paint, or if they would cover that normally?
Answer:(AP Reply)Was it Dry? It should cover with no problem. Did you try hitting the area with 1000 grit sandpaper?
Question: I see that you said these can be used as body paints, but I am wondering if there are any toxic materials to be worried about. I paint face and these seem wonderful, but I don't really want to be sending kids (and adults) home with chemicals they should not be near.
Answer:(AP Reply)We said they can, but they aren't intended for that. The Molotow markers are water based acrylics, and are the far safer option that the xylene based, Deco markers we see a lot of our customers using for body art.
Question: hey art primo! I was wondering why the hell the nibs get so busted up so fast??? also I recently took some cheep acrylic I bought from Michaels and it does not write to well! I let it dry for like 3 days! and it f*cks the nib up! plz help!
Answer:(AP Reply)In comparison to any other markers they dont "get busted up so fast". I have never had that problem or heard anyone else having that problem. With proper nib care they will last for quite some time.
These markers are made to work with Oneforall. Not all acrylics are the same and I cannot guarantee you will get any functionality with a cheap acrylic you got from somewhere else. Sounds like you should dump it out, and clean the marker/nib with soap and water and refill it with the Oneforall ink.
Question: can u do body art with these pens or are they toxic
Answer:(AP Reply)Yeah far better than Decos
Question: So since these are acrylic based will they not last very long outdoors on stickers?
Answer:(AP Reply)I have used them in outdoor applications many times. If you are that worried then spray the Molotow clear over it.
Question: im doing a mural on my wall and was wondering if these markers are good for covering a large area and as well as detailing such as line work and blending
Answer:(AP Reply)There is no better marker for that.