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CAn these be used in fountain pens without clogging ?
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kruthikarshankar
Yes but my general experience using waterproof ink is that they tend to dry in the pen's nib/feed more easily (fix by wetting your nib to get it restarted). I am a sketcher so had high hopes for the waterproofs but so far the only one that isn't annoying this way is Noodlers Lexington Gray. I do love the orange 'Delhi' waterproof Super5 ink (made by Rohrer and Klingner and probably identical to the orange proffered here) but it does dry in my pen. I also have the Super5 reddish brown 'Australia' ink but I find its color too muted.
kruthikarshankar
I have used this ink without clogging However I have mixed this ink with other inks to get better ink flow and color Variation.
Once they are mixed , I have used them with out any problem. I do think care is needed by using their cleaner if used straight without dilution or mixing
Received my batch and I am very pleased with these inks. I dropped some water on the test writing and dabbed the excess water with tissue, there's no smear at all! I did leave them a few minutes, but I think they dried in 5-8 seconds? cant remember) For the test I used Faber Castell Art Sketch Pad and they didn't feather badly. The inks has a slight smell though.

I hope there are more color selections for them.... I regret buying the Lilly one, it looks rather dirty green to me.
Interesting... Any reviews out there?
Cyber6
I'm hearing lots of good things from fountain pen users in the various groups on Facebook. Sure, they may be a bit more cloggy than other inks, but probably no more so than say, Platinum Carbon Black. The people I've heard from who are using them say they are fabulous...but a little smelly. I can't hardly wait until I get mine in (probably) early May!!
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