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Plume145 posted a topic in Paper and Pen ParaphernaliaOkay, 'hate' is a bit much, I don't hate it, it's quite nice actually. The only thing that spoils it a bit for me is that the lines on the grid pattern are just a touch too strong - I like mine barely-there. And if you don't like grid at all, you're SOL when it comes to this notepad because the paper only comes in grid. There is a punch available (from Rakuten) but it only punches like one sheet at a time, not even business card thickness, so not something you could ever use to MYO refills. So, what to do? Get another A7(ish) wire bound notepad, cut off the rings to liberate the pierced p
Magna Tank Gel Pens. Even though they're cheap and no longer available, I love them, because they are ergonomic perfection for me, and of course, they're...tanks. I reached for my next-to-last blue Magna Tank Gel pen, and noticed the endcap was loose. In fact, it threaded all the way out, exposing the open end of the ink tube. Easy access! That got me wondering whether anyone here has heard of, or developed, a homemade gel ink replacement. A quick innerwebz search didn't reveal much. If you can refill stamp pads and markers with homemade solutions, why can't you refill gel pens? A
When reading ink reviews I notice many people do ink swabs - I have been wondering if those of you who do ink swabs on occasion have a prefered method? I know you can make swaps using the back of the nib, q-tips and a piece of cardboard, but I feel somewhat uncomfortable sticking the later two into a bottle of ink, the cardboard especially (since I would need to cut it into pieces first with my sweaty little paws ). Do you remove some ink from the bottle using a syringe first? Currently that's what I consider doing, even when a bit more ink is lost that way. Also, what method gives the bes