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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Enmity, Feb 3, 2008.
get the xt70
it is the standard garvey for tagging
what ink stains hard and doesnt fade in the sun
Will Oil Based Woodstain fade in the sun.
most oilbased products never fade in the sun.
I found out it dont stain if it exterior i looked at the ink recipe thread and wood stain used for ink recipe they said thin it with mineral spirits but i was thinking about adding pen ink to the woodstain do you think that would thin it out?
btw my pen ink real thin
^pen ink is a different base, so no dotn use it
can i just use any paint thinner to thin the woodstain?
woodstain is reaalllyyyyy thin as it is.
lol i found the difference XT-70 is regular marketing price ink and formula 300 is made for frozen shit, so i guess that means it wont function properly outside. maybe im wrong but fuck it. it was 6 bucks more than the regular, so with the extras i got a fat ass empty montana
it'll probably work good outdoors in the winter time.
unlike most inks, this wont spread into some fuzzy looking black blob,
this ink is made for low temperatures.
is it to thin? or just right
its the beginning of summer dude fuck that im not waiting 2 seasons to use my garvey
lower temp ink means vaster dry times, it is ment to be used in a freezer so those are the conditions it will work well in, well work best in for price marking.
so theres the chance it will dry out ur markers quickly.but chancers are it will be fine and dry quick, witch is nice for high traffic area, but longer dry time means more time to stain.
Anybody Try That "ank" Paint On Oink??
its gk lol.
just got some ded outside
and ded blue inside
and 5 mini mops ooohh shiit!
I havent tried it yet but that seafoam color is looking really good right about now....
just right dude its perfect trust me.
Gentian violet gets everywhere ... fast
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