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Lamy Petrol (2017 Le Ink)

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#21 tamiya

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Posted 12 December 2019 - 13:39

In my experience, it's saturated, but it washes out clean.  It also has cleaned my pen converters and ink windows of any staining if it sits in them for around 2 weeks or longer.


That's true, didn't notice any Petrol staining of clear plastic parts. Unlike others which had turquoise or greens, there's noticeable tinting.

My pens were dried to a crust :) literally there's crystals of sediment. By the labels of the ones I bothered labelling, most were last filled in 2017. I definitely haven't washed anything in the Wash bucket all year.

If I planned ahead I'd have filled them all with water last week for a longer soak. Before opening them up and flushing, then multiple cycles in the ultrasonic. Very therapeutic watching wisps of ink rising out in the jiggly spa bath.

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#22 Intensity

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Posted 12 December 2019 - 16:25

Oh yeah any ink drying out in a pen can take a long time to wash out. Even the famous Waterman Serenity Blue takes a while to flush clean once it sits in a pen for a couple months.

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