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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by .limit., Jul 10, 2004.

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  1. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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    I already have one. I want a small chisel tip marker. a la UniPaint, Krink K-71, Arro-Mark Mighty Marker...

    Uni's are unrackable, homie. I'm not kidding, I literally have NO (usable) cash, and I'm not down to rack from a graff shop. Anyone know of a good alternative with a chisel tip?
     
  2. Phat 2

    Phat 2 Elite Member

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    y r they unrackable ?
    and tbh, and no offense, but if u literally have NO (usable) cash... markers should prolly be the least of ur worries no ? unless u eat em :p
     
  3. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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    haha by (usable) I mean other than money for basic needs. Do you have a place I could rack them, then?
     
  4. Phat 2

    Phat 2 Elite Member

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    I donno dude, rack them wherever they sell them. if u can rack other stuff, why can't u rack unis ?
     
  5. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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    Because the only place they sell them (that I know of) are graffiti shops around here. And I don't want to rack from a graff shop. That's just a bad idea in my opinion.
     
  6. Phat 2

    Phat 2 Elite Member

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    it probably is, but I'm pretty sure they sell them at stationery stores also, their actual use isn't for tagging u know :p
    look in architecture places, stationery shops, bookstores, erm, maybe hardware stores ? I donno
    here, we dont have graff shops, so we buy all our shit from these kinds of places :>

    look harder, u'll prolly find em elsewhere. cheers
     
  7. CrustOner

    CrustOner Elite Member

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  8. HaLo_07

    HaLo_07 Senior Member

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  9. illpSyFa

    illpSyFa New Member

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    Does any one know where to get the olschool griffins with the applicator inside the bottle i've got a serious boner for these and haven't seen them for days. i know acees ink comes in a similar bottle but i ain't tryn to buy that shit. i would however fork over some cash for a case of griffs or empty bottles.
     
  10. Sim2

    Sim2 Member

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    Home made mops!
     
  11. dmgraff

    dmgraff Senior Member

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    i used standford 44 magnum until i had to ditch it. will probably get a mop soon
     
  12. Kinger79

    Kinger79 Member

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    sharpie magnum and kiwi mops with homemade pen ink with break cleaner.
     
  13. HipsterPunks

    HipsterPunks Senior Member

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    i usually keep 2 or 3 of these on me everyday, double ended scribe cut mirrors and tile like butter,
    other side leaves fat scratches in metal and plastic
     
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  14. R3bel1995

    R3bel1995 Senior Member

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    Szarist gear mops and markers are the bomb, for your bomb... Ok that was pathetic :D
     
  15. subcyde

    subcyde Senior Member

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    KiWi
     
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  16. earf

    earf Senior Member

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    sharpie paint marker, meanstreak, drip pen, shoepolish mop
     
  17. dmgraff

    dmgraff Senior Member

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    hows that shapie paint treating you im thinking of getting one, also what size did you get.
     
  18. subcyde

    subcyde Senior Member

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    The sharpie paints come with oil based paint,There bigest size has a big cap but when you open it the nib isent that big(half the size of the sharpie magnum) ive bought 3, 2 white and one black the white onley lasts on matte or semi gloss surfaces ive wrote on glossy and reflective surfaces and found that after a month the paint turns into a chalky mess that is easly cleaned up by a dry cloth;but on non gloss surfaces they last a long time and leave a ghost.Ive never rely taged with my black one but im shure its the same deal. if you put them upside down in your pocket they will leak, overall i rate sharpie paint markers a 4/10
     
  19. ZIK_ONER

    ZIK_ONER Senior Member

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    Home made mops.

    /close
     
  20. KireOne

    KireOne Senior Member

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    krinks allll the way. those little krinks are perfect, its so easy to control the drips, from tiny ones to unreadable. theres some other companies that have one or two really sick markers in their inventory, but almost every krink works excellent.