Silver Pilot Pen - Fine Point

$6.95 USD
Item# 5171S
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  • Fine point pen for precision marking
  • Bright silver ink shows up on dark glass
  • Metallic ink resists rinsing away while using a grinder or saw


Product Description

Trace pattern pieces onto glass to make cutting and grinding easier. This pen writes in bright metallic silver ink that shows up, even on dark colored glass. Features fine point for precision marking. The unique ink resists rinsing off while grinding or using a glass saw; for even greater water resistance, preserve your lines with Mark Stay II (sold separately).

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Pros : GREAT product.
Cons : Glass needs to be very clean or it will come off while grinding or using glass saw.
Other Thoughts : Best glass cleaner is home made. 1 cup rubbing alcohol, 1 cup water, 2 tbs vinegar.
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Pros : Good marker for very thin lines.
Cons : It can be messy, once in a while there is a blob of silver paint on your glass or paper.
Other Thoughts : If you need to get rid of the silver marking then depending on the type of glass it can be very easy especially when the silver paint is still fresh, other times it can be hard work. Sometimes just rubbing it off with wet cloth is enough, but other times the only trick is to use a pencil eraser and then all purpose cleaner.
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