January 7, 2009
One of the only truly waterproof inks on the market. Noodler's claim is not
exactly correct about their bullet proof inks. Though the parts of the ink that
have bonded with celluloid are waterproof the other dye resting on top is not
waterproof, don't be fooled. If you are doing watercolor washes over noodler's a
a slightly gray wash will result! Carbon ink is the only fountain pen ink that
is truly waterproof!
Feeds and works perfectly in my Pilot VP and even in all my cheap fiber feed
pens like the petite and varsity.
Not as black as noodler's but is still very black, this ink is well into the
black, black range even in a fine point pen.
It is also the smoothest ink I've ever used, the carbon particles lubricate the
point very well.
Just don't let this ink dry out in your pen use it once or twice a week and
don't store the pen with the ink in it. Heck if you let any ink dry in a good
pen or store any pen with ink in it you've done a no,no.
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