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I got a Noodler's Creaper in translucent Truk Lagoon and decided to test out the new pen with a sample of Noodler's Revolution Blue that I had previously purchased because it looked like a nice dark blue and I had a couple of letters to write. The pen had some kind of really weird "spoiled milk" smell when I uncapped it and continues to have that smell, but I assumed that was something in the plastic off-gassing and that it would eventually go away. It hasn't really yet, but I don't know if that's actually abnormal. Fast forward to now, a little over two weeks later, when I've used up the in
I was recently fortunate enough to find some Sanford Penit in those cute little jars The covers say they were originally ten cents apiece...the 50s, maybe? Anyway, they're NOS, so I decided to try them out. The Cardinal Red, Green, Brown, Dubonnet, and Blue Black all work fantastic, and the colors seem accurate to the examples I've found. The Violet, however, was completely seperated--like water and sand, practically. My question is, do some colors just naturally hold up better over the course of time? Or is it totally random? I want to eventually try all the different Sanford inks (I live