|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||728.001BC|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||728.001BC|
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Molotow GRAFX Masking Fluid Pump Marker, 2mm, Blister Carded, 1 Each (728.001BC)
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- Apply to the surface not to be painted, then colorize and let dry briefly before removing
- Ready to use without further application tools
- For all surfaces and creative media
- Easily removable without residues
- Tip is exchangeable and marker is refillable
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Use Molotow GRAFX Masking Fluid Pump Marker, 2mm, to apply to the surface not to be painted, then colorize and let dry briefly before removing. Marker is ready to use without further application tools. For all surfaces and creative media, this fluid pump marker is easily removable without residues. Tip is exchangeable and marker is refillable. Made in Germany. Blister carded.
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Tip: Test it on the paper you are using it on. Draw a circle. Let dry. Water color the circle. Let Dry. Then rub this off with your finger. Some papers this adheres to the point that you cant get it off. Most WATERCOLOR paper it does not adhere to that point. Also with this test you can see if it lets the watercolor bleed at all.
If you do this in a margin that you would see anyways, you wont waste that sheet of paper.
I will try refilling this pen with a different brand of masking fluid - it is a shame to give the product a poor rating when the pen works well... but a ruined painting is a ruined painting.