What an amazing way to write! Having not encountered metal tipped correction pens in the past, these were suck a treat to discover. I destroyed a couple of these nibs by using oil paint (bargain bin elementary art grade) and a few drops of Magic Ink. The cheap paint clogged the valve, not even acetone would bring it back.
I've had a few last much longer with OTR 901/Magic Ink/Steve Garvey. Too many drips if you can believe it! I was surprised by the amount of paint these can lay with a good squeeze.
Just because these can write on rough surfaces, might not mean they should *laughing while crying emoji* rocks and raw wood scare me, even though I'm confident this pen could leave a mark. I wipe the tip after use, as often some paint will cling to it.
I enjoyed a few silver hobos and expected a similar performance from this marker. EXPECTATIONS EXCEEDED. AP's Solid Paint Markers must be of a different formula than the hobo; I'd been reading about the butter, but once I felt it, this silver streaker quickly became my fav.
The twist knob rolls up the paint precisely. Sometimes I'll clip the paint with the cap putting it back on, but it's easy to wipe while wet. Perhaps lessly stressed, the paint dries brilliant. Standing out on surfaces of any color, this silver is much more visible in low light than a white hobo.