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Sakura Solid Markers Questions And Answers
Question: so its all good if it dont have the nipple shape right?
Answer: (AP Reply) Yes...
    
Question: When is that light blue, Tiffany blue, or sky blue gonna be out ?
Answer: (AP Reply) Don't know, sorry.
  (MrFlokaG Says:) HEY ALL U KIDDIES THAT HAVE BEEN ASKING FOR THE TEAL COLERED STREAK!!!???? WELL LOOK NO MORE!!!! ITS THE GREEN ONE(arpreply) He is asking about a light blue, not teal. Pretty sure everyone knows the green is the teal one. HEY ALL U KIDDIES THAT HAVE BEEN ASKING FOR THE TEAL COLERED STREAK!!!???? WELL LOOK NO MORE!!!! ITS THE GREEN ONE(arpreply) He is asking about a light blue, not teal. Pretty sure everyone knows the green is the teal one.
  (LA-corkscrew Says:) im reading alot of "how do i keep it pointy" questions. you guys are over thinking it. just go out and get up, have fun with it stop worrying about preserving your supplies! a real writer would never question their instinctsim reading alot of "how do i keep it pointy" questions. you guys are over thinking it. just go out and get up, have fun with it stop worrying about preserving your supplies! a real writer would never question their instincts
    
Question: why do you have to use it on the sides?
Answer: (AP Reply) try it you'll see.
  (Anonymous Says:) If you write directly flat, you get a larger line but it's almost always blocky, it jumps a lot and leaves gaps, and generally isn't that nice. It works to write flat, but I don't recommend it. Writing on the side keeps the line smooth, round, and consistent, and keeps it from streaking like crazy. I know it's called a "Streaker", but writing directly flat takes that to an insane level and it looks ugly.If you write directly flat, you get a larger line but it's almost always blocky, it jumps a lot and leaves gaps, and generally isn't that nice. It works to write flat, but I don't recommend it. Writing on the side keeps the line smooth, round, and consistent, and keeps it from streaking like crazy. I know it's called a "Streaker", but writing directly flat takes that to an insane level and it looks ugly.
    
Question: are these markers better than the hobo markers?
Answer: (AP Reply) They are just different.
  (Anonymous Says:) It's down to preference, AP/Markal hobo sticks are usually harder and less buttery, with a scab that you have to peel off since it dries out, while Sakura/AP Streakers are usually more buttery, smooth, and sticky. My personal preference is the Sakura but it's entirely up to what you'd like to do. Markwell markers are objectively crap in most cases. But Streaker/Hobo Stick is up to you, and what you enjoy doing. I do however recommend the AP streakers though, they're the exact same if not a little better in terms of quality, but the Sakura-style one has a better cap, and the hobo stik is the same but cheaper and you'll be supporting Art Primo.It's down to preference, AP/Markal hobo sticks are usually harder and less buttery, with a scab that you have to peel off since it dries out, while Sakura/AP Streakers are usually more buttery, smooth, and sticky.
My personal preference is the Sakura but it's entirely up to what you'd like to do.
Markwell markers are objectively crap in most cases. But Streaker/Hobo Stick is up to you, and what you enjoy doing.

I do however recommend the AP streakers though, they're the exact same if not a little better in terms of quality, but the Sakura-style one has a better cap, and the hobo stik is the same but cheaper and you'll be supporting Art Primo.
    
Question: After you split 2 sakura streakers and put them together what's the best way to get them to stick to eachother?
Answer: (AP Reply) they will stick. Just stick them together and screw them back into the marker.
  (Swaggy McYOLO Says:) throw em in the freezer for a couple hoursthrow em in the freezer for a couple hours
    
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Sakura Solid Markers
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