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Hello everyone I think I have a problem with the black ink lamy .I was using it normally but it started to feel very dry and the nib something rough.So I decided to clean it (I regularly clean my pen since I changed from blue to black lamy and rinsed them very well with distilled water) and discovered that the feeder had some black viscous waste and took it off with a stick and water.So is it normal that the feeder has been soiled by the ink? or there is a problem with this ink. It is also worth mentioning that I am always using my pen but this time they spent two days without using it. I use a Lamy 2000 BB with nib modified to stub.
Hi. A while ago I bought a bottle of Lamy Vibrant Pink ink to use with my Safari. I have just bought a new nib for it and I'm also changing the ink colour. I've changed inks in my Safari before, but this time it was different. I found the pen really difficult to clean out, and I even had to totally dismantle my converter to get all of the ink out that was stuck behind the piston. Has anybody else had problems like this? Thanks!
I made this for a discussion thread over in the Lamy sub-forum, "Is Lamy Blue Ink Really This Awful?". Here is a sampler of all the Lamy inks I have on hand, on Tomoe River paper. I had to ink-up an Al-Star with one of the few blue carts I have remaining; that's both a good thing and a bad thing. One note on the scan; my scanner makes Lamy's red (and to a lesser extent, the pink) much more saturated than in real life.
tanjialee333 posted a topic in Inky ThoughtsAs topic stated, because when I searching this topic for the answers, I see some people claimed that Lamy has changed the formulation of this ink. 1. Does this ink is waterproof and water resistant? For examination I prefer waterproof. 2. What type of this ink is? Dye, pigment or iron-gall? Thanks