Molotow Blackliner Pens, Set I, Set of 4

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MTW486
Availability: In stock

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Quick Overview

Molotow Blackliners contain a water-based archival ink in a felt tip pen that is both water and fade resistant. The rich black opaque ink is ideal for fine and exact lines when outlining, lettering, sketching, and stenciling. Set I, Set of 4.
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Molotow Blackliner permanent art pens contain a water-based archival ink that is both water and fade resistant. The robust metal-encased 0.05 mm - 1.0 mm felt nibs guarantee fine and exact lines that are ideal for outlines, lettering, sketches, and stencils. Both chisel and round tips are available. The rich black opaque ink dries quickly on paper, but the cap can remain off without drying out for 90-180 minutes. A slip-proof matte barrel surface provides a secure grip for ease of use.

Set 1, Set of 4 - This set includes one each of .05 mm., .1 mm., .2 mm. and .4 mm.

More Information
Brand Molotow
Series Blackliner
Size Assorted
Color Black
Color Family Black
No. 200.486

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