Great ink! The best available. You don't need to shake the bottle. It works
great with a brush and it doesent react with the black. I had awful experience
with the Kaimei White and believe me this is the best white ink that you can get
A VERY thick, white, opaque ink. Great for corrections. I was able to thin it
with water in a dappen dish, to create lines with a dip pen. Otherwise it needs
to be brushed on. It dries pretty fast and is easy to clean up.
Deleter White 2 is much thicker than White 1 and is water proof. I recommend
using with a brush for corrections/highlights. Honestly, this is the ONLY white
fluid/ink I recommend other than Daler-Rowney Pro White. I've had very mixed
experiences with other white inks, so these days a bottle of Deleter White #2
and Pro White is all I keep handy.
Note: White 1 works well with a nib, but will take several coatings to make a
highlight or correction. I recommend White 1 to beginners and White 2 for people
who are familiar with painting/brush inking and Gouache use.