I was expecting something...
January 29, 2012
I was expecting something similar to Sakura Glaze pens, but these are different.
The colors are brighter than you'd think, too.
I tried writing on different materials: YES, I really did test every claim. They
write on regular notebook paper, glossy magazine covers,patent leather, vinyl,
wood, coated and uncoated cardboard, plastic ( the case the pens came in, for
ex.) enamel-coated metal, glass, Pyrex, and stainless steel.
They write on shiny metal and plastic but some of the shiniest, smoothest
surfaces will cause the ink to bead up via surface tension. When other reviewers
complained of these "not working," they probably were experiencing the same
problem as I did when some pens simply refused to put ANY ink out. All you have
to do is draw straight lines quickly on an absorbent surface, like regular
notebook paper, a paper towel or a scrap of fabric to get the ink flowing again.
Just one or two quick swipes is all it takes. They really DO write on almost
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