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Sakura Solid Markers
Sakura Solid Markers
261 Reviews 4.7 of 5 Stars! Average Rating
Sakura Solid Markers
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by typa -Read all my Reviews 03/28/2013
one of the most effective and functional tagging tools around. i gave one of these to my boy along with a pilot jumbo to get him started. i figured anything that doesn't require pumping the nib or squeezing the marker would be perfect for a beginner so the focus is placed more on the tag rather than getting the marker to function. the idea is to move him past the toy phase as fast as possible lol

i haven't tried the other streaker brands that ap carries so i can't compare them but i can recommend the sakura colors i found to be the smoothest and most fade resistant
-blue
-green
-red
-purple

-black looks boring and chances are you already have a black ink marker that will do a better job
-white looks like chalk on textured surfaces. but looks dope on smooth, dark surfaces.
-the fluorescent and lighter colors don't write as smooth and they fade much faster (especially the fluorescent colors)

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by doobersnoot -Read all my Reviews 03/10/2013
These are awesome i cannot lie but spring for the AP streaks c theyre better for one and for two i blindly submit to AP and support them 100%.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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by jomomma -Read all my Reviews 01/18/2013
f orange-sucks. fades quick in light but leaves a ghost
f yellow-sucks. fades quick in light but leaves a ghost
f pink-sucks. fades quick in light but leaves a ghost
white- prefect for any rust buster. stays to its color and last very long
black- smooth slick and speedy. write on everything with this long lasting marker
blue- good writing marker
yellow- second best choise for a rust buster. they fade to white after a long time. recomended
orange-fades but leaves a ghost with a tint. perfect for sneaking past the buff
green/teal-my favorite color for metal. fades but leaves a sneaky ghost.
red-nice color and doesnt fade too quick but will fade to pink in the sun
purple-doesnt fade too bad withstands lots of weather.

personally i stick to white black and yellow. if im feeling cray ill got with orange or teal. dont ever get the florenent ones or the glow in the dark. i view them for glass use only and they fade quick

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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by jomomma -Read all my Reviews 01/14/2013
write on errythang

MOPS OVER STREAKS!!!!

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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by Lacan -Read all my Reviews 08/24/2012
these are really great markers, and are extremely versatile. One thing, don't believe the hype about the waterproof business. If you write on wet metal, (dumpster, lightpost, mailbox, etc.) , they will get a bit "stringy and cakey". You can't expect to have some magic bullet that works on EVERYTHING! Like I said, they come through most of the time and on most surfaces. (Just try not to let them get too hot. They get hella mushy and stringy when they're all heated up. The End.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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by teese -Read all my Reviews 08/21/2012
The thing I love about these is that you don't need to apply a lot of pressure to what your writing on so you can get up to those really tall spots and still produce a good tag

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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