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Which Ink To Refill A Pilot V Board Master (Dry Erase Marker) / Blue Or Black


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Hello,

 

I'm looking to refill a Pilot V Board Master dry erase marker with blue or black ink.

 

By construction this pen can be refilled as its end is easily unscrewed to a small plastic cartridge.

 

The thing is I don't know which ink to use as it needs to be :

1/ compatible with the felt tipe

2/ compatible with the board to be dry erasable.

 

Anyone has ever tried that with success ? or with bad luck ?

Any tips or ideas ? All help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks and have a nice week-end.

 

 

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How about the Noodler's white board inks?

 

And any ink can be compatible with the felt tip, you need it to be the kind of ink that does not puddle up on white boards.

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).

Create a Ghostly Avatar and I'll send you a letter. Check out some Ink comparisons: The Great PPS Comparison 

Don't know where to start?  Look at the Inky Topics O'day.  Then, see inks sorted by color: Blue Purple Brown Red Green Dark Green Orange Black Pinks Yellows Blue-Blacks Grey/Gray UVInks Turquoise/Teal MURKY

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Back when I used to bother refilling Artline 500/550s by eyedropper... the Artline refill ink smells more alcohol-based than waterbased like any FP ink.

 

If your pen is already inked I'd just stick with Pilot's own cartridges; no idea how different inks will react when they meet in the felt tip feed :)

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noodlers whiteboard (xxx"erase") inks are perfectly safe for felt tips. used them with a preppy felt tip.

Selling a boatload of restored, fairly rare, vintage Japanese gold nib pens, click here to see (more added as I finish restoring them)

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