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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by CHILLEN905, Dec 29, 2004.

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  1. omiz

    omiz Senior Member

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    my first step by step.
    i hadn't seen one like this before, and it works for me so i thought i'd share it
     
  2. Morgan Brown

    Morgan Brown New Member

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    did this it works fantasticly aslong as you get the one were the nib isn't larger then were it ataches to the bottle
     
  3. Morgan Brown

    Morgan Brown New Member

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    also true about kiwi mop unless you replace it with more nib such as sponge or felt
     
  4. NOKi

    NOKi Member

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    Throw a piece of spondge or somthing below the felt too it acts as the ink cartridge thing you replaced you can even use ghetto krink/junobo in the shit too
     
  5. GpersKreepers

    GpersKreepers Senior Member

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    i could knock together a step by step on fixing/recycling bingo/squeezer nibs if anyones interested?
     
  6. no-sleep

    no-sleep Senior Member

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  7. Saul Gud

    Saul Gud Senior Member

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  8. GpersKreepers

    GpersKreepers Senior Member

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    Here it is then people, pretty straight forward
    you will need. . . .
    stanly knife and scissors, cloth or old sock, sponge, gloves and an old tip/nib
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    with the stanly pick out the old fabric of the nip being careful not to jab your fingers!
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    when you have it all out it will look thusly
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    now with your scissors cut a bit of fabric/sock thats a couple mill bigger in diameter than the nib itself, sponge about the size of the nib cubed,
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    put the sponge on the nib with the cloth over it and with the stanly blade start pushing the fabric into the ridge of the nib
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    go round a few times till its all tucked in, again careful you dont stab yourselfs retards
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    done! juice it up and murder shit
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    hope you find useful, done it a shit ton of times now, works a treat!
     
  9. no-sleep

    no-sleep Senior Member

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  10. ESKiMO2

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    G_CAL Senior Member

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  12. Risk_Inicijativa

    Risk_Inicijativa Senior Member

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    Any1 can tell me from where to find nibs? I used sponge and it sux.
     
  13. Firestarts

    Firestarts New Member

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    oh its great

    thanks, you right have nice day :)
     
  14. Risk_Inicijativa

    Risk_Inicijativa Senior Member

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    that homemade ink which all do sucks balls. I mean, why dafuq i must buy pens and alcohol and other shit. I made a paint myself very easy and I'll tell u how:

    - Buy some glue with a nib upside (very cheap, few cents at my country)
    - The water based glue put in some bottle or bucket or smth like that, but be sure to keep it
    - Buy acrylic, temper color
    - Find some small bucket for mixture
    - In the small bucket put very small quantity of the water based glue, then put the acryl color and at the end throw water(but not so much)
    - Then just mix to make perfect paint color
    - Put the paint in the MOP
    - Wreck the city

    for anything that u dont know or if u r confused just ask me here or PM
     
  15. skets

    skets Senior Member

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    Nice and simple
     
  16. no-sleep

    no-sleep Senior Member

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    anyone know how to make good ink from carbon paper?
     
  17. skets

    skets Senior Member

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    Everybody that doesn't want to do all that d.i.y, buy a kiwi shoe Polish thing or maybe your dad has one, clean, insert ink, take the valve out if you like em drippy as hell, be happy with what you created.
     
  18. NOKi

    NOKi Member

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    They don't make carbon paper the same as they did early 90s etc... go with rusto or trremclad with some thinner n bam *****
     
  19. spookza2

    spookza2 Senior Member

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  20. spookza2

    spookza2 Senior Member

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    where i can get the thread or chalkboard eraser