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December 29, 2008 - Posted by Elizabeth to Refills



Removing and storing an ink cartridge that is already in use is simple.

What you need: fountain pen, running water, paper towel.

1. Disassemble the body of your pen.



2. Carefully remove the ink cartridge with the nib facing upward.


3. You can save the cartridge by sealing the opening with some tape or by pouring the remnant into an ink bottle.



4. Thoroughly clean your fountain pen by flushing it out with cool water. Cover the nib with a paper towel (not tissue, as this can leave lint on the nib) and shake away excess moisture. Flush again until water runs clear, shake again and leave the pen out to dry.


Now your fountain pen is ready to be used with new ink! Be sure to check out our bottled fountain pen inks!

This journal cover glows with creativity! The letters and the girl's hat, face, etc. are all outlined with Sakura Glaze and Soufflé pens. They really make the journal stand out!

JetPens products used: Sakura Gelly Roll, Glaze, & Souffle Gel Ink Pens



What a beautiful Koi with great detail all done with only a blue Pilot BeGreen Precise V5 Roller Ball Pen! You have wonderful talent Stephanie!

Stephanie is one of our JetPens Facebook Fans, you can join too to win monthly prizes!

JetPens products used: Pilot BeGreen Precise V5 Roller Ball Pen - 0.5 mm - Blue



Our mascots Jet-Do and Jet-Da are sharing a ride in this cute fan art drawing. This picture is actually a super close-up because the drawing was done with Uni-ball Signo Bit pens, the World's Thinnest pens! Great job!

JetPens products used: Uni-ball Signo Bit UM-201 Gel Pens



JetPic chosen from our JetPens Flickr pool.
November 17, 2008 - Posted by Elizabeth to Pen Pics

Gentian's work leaves us truly amazed. Each picture has such a deep, melancholy look that doesn't necessarily convey sadness. It kind of makes you want to get into a deep reflection about life. We love it. This in-depth drawing was done with a Pilot Eno blue and light blue 0.7 mm mechanical pencil, and without a ruler too!

JetPens products used: Pilot Color Eno Mechanical Pencils.



Is a card company a possibility for the future? Because we want to buy happy birthday cards from you too! What a great use of the sparkly POSCA markers, Sigma Micron and Pilot Parallel pen. The glitter in the light blue shines through even in this picture! Great job! What a great gift for your friend.

JetPens products used: Uni-ball Posca Color Metallic Marking Pen - 0.7 mm - Set of 7, Sakura Pigma Micron 05 Pen - 0.45 mm - Burgundy,Pilot Parallel Calligraphy Pen - 1.5 mm Nib Width.



JetPic chosen from our JetPens Flickr pool.