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Noodler's Green Marine



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I feel as though this is pretty self explanatory. A fine ink; a couple of notes to add to the review. The ink is not waterproof, as expected because it is a normal Noodler's ink. It doesn't bleed as long as you don't use a ton of ink, as with a fine nib. No problems skipping or starting, only skips when I forget to keep enough pressure on the page. I apologize for my handwriting.

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Kyle

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Thanks for posting this Kyle, nice review. I just picked up a bottle of this for holiday card writing, it's the perfect green for that. I thought it was listed as partially waterproof or something like that. Any ideas?

 

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Thanks for posting this Kyle, nice review. I just picked up a bottle of this for holiday card writing, it's the perfect green for that. I thought it was listed as partially waterproof or something like that. Any ideas?

 

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It doesn't look like it will totally wash out, but when it gets wet it bleeds pretty bad. I just did a water test with it. It will lose it's color if you run it under water and dripping water on it will cause it to bleed. But it does look like certain components of the ink do stay. I will post the results when the page dries.

 

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Nice review. This isn't a green I've tried yet (still making up my mind about the reformulated Noodler's Army Green). It looks as if you're not getting any feathering with it; how is it for showthrough/bleedthrough? Oh, and I wouldn't apologize for handwriting if I were you -- it's certainly better than mine is! I'm combatting too many years' worth of not writing cursive other than for signatures, after training my hand to write "fat" and "cute" like a teenage girl :headsmack: (at least I no longer dot my eyes with little circles like I did when when I was 12... :rolleyes:).

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There is a bit of showthrough in that printer paper with the broad and italic nibs, but with the fine, there is none. I have used it on a ton of paper so far none of which have feathered.

 

Here is a sample of waterfastness.

 

Top left was washed under warm water for 1 minute. The rest was either splattered or dipped in water.

 

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Kyle

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Green Marine wasn't even on my radar (haha) until the Fade Tests. It writes well, doesn't clog pens and holds up to the sun. I really like it.

 

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