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Great ink! The best available....
December 27, 2011
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 on jetpens.
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its really thick so maybe...
October 16, 2014
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its really thick so maybe a brush would work better than a nib. you can dilute this ink, but when it dries, its not as opaque. the consistency is a bit like syrup, maybe thicker.
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A VERY thick, white,...
June 20, 2013
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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.
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Love this stuff. Super...
November 18, 2015
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Love this stuff. Super opaque, a tiny bit heavier than the standard inks I work with but easy to get used to and well worth the purchase. Even with the heavier consistency, still goes down pretty smoothly (dip pen with extra fine nib). Aside from my normally using it as an illustration medium - this stuff is fantastic as a 'white-out' for standard pen/writing mistakes.
Doesn't work well for...
November 9, 2015
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Doesn't work well for actually writing out words with. It blobs off my dip pen way too easy even after diluting it significantly.
This ink is VARY thick,...
October 12, 2015
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This ink is VARY thick, and it kind of smells like Elmer's glue.

I don't recommend using your dip pens with this one, not to mention it dries really fast. Instead of using my dip pens I use paint brushes that have soft bristles, I also make sure my brush is a little damp and have a small cup of water by my side. If the ink is too thick, then perhaps scoop up a little bit of it with your brush, put it in the bottom part of the lid and add a tiny drop of water to soften the ink, it should be a little smoother than mayonnaise.

This is by far way better than using white out and I highly recommend it.
I really, really love...
October 12, 2015
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I really, really love this ink. However, once you break the seal the cap isn't airtight and it has a bad habit of drying out over time. I heard you can add a thin later of water over top to keep it moist, but I really don't like the idea of having to fight against my art supplies to keep them fresh. As far as a white ink, it's fantastic and opaque. I just wish their packaging was more effective.
Great ink. Its is very...
September 24, 2015
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Great ink. Its is very thick and needs a brush. There is no bleed through from colors underneath, even black.
VERY thick and I love...
June 30, 2015
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VERY thick and I love it. This was exactly what I was looking for and love using it. I find using a brush is the best way to administer this.
Deleter White 2 is much...
May 19, 2015
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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.
Ryan Kirby
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