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Common Challenges of Gel Pens and How to Overcome Them

Compared to ball pens, gel pens are still relatively new to the market, but they have been well received by artists for sketching purposes. They can be lots of fun, and come in a wide selection of colors, including metallic, acid-free archival pens. They are sold in a wide variety, like soufflé, pastel-colored pens that puff up a little on the page when dry; moonlights that are neon colored and more opaque; Gelly Roll Stardust; Gelly Roll Metallic; Glaze; and even some smear-resistant options. Generally, gel pens leave great color on pages, and are a favorite for filling doodles. Modern black gel inks contain a blend of dye-based and pigment coloring, and consumers can easily identify the color of a pen by checking through the semi-transparent barrel. Not all varieties are suitable for arts and graphics, though their color diversity makes them very popular among artists and children. Like roller ball and ball-point pens, the ink in gel pens is delivered using a housed metal ball. Consumers can easily diffe...

 


The Evolution of Ball Pens

Ball pens are still extremely popular, despite the advent of computer technology. They can be used for a number of different purposes, such as to make lists, fill out important documents, and write notes and cards for loved ones. Unlike other types of pen, the ink that is used in a ball pen dries almost instantly, ensuring that smudges are left on the piece of paper. Ball pens can be purchased in various colors, the most common of which are blue and black. These pens are used in offices around the country, and can be used for various functions. Other ball pen colors include green and red. The ink inside the ball pen is a thin unit, and leaves the pen via a ball-shaped tip on the top of the item. Ballpoint pens were criticized when they were first invented as some people thought that they did not produce handwriting as neat as a fountain pen or ink pen. The ball pen was designed to be a more reliable and less messy alternative to the fountain pen, and are today among the most commonly used pens in the world. T...

 


3 Reasons for Using Pen Refills

We live in a world and society that puts a huge emphasis on living green and protecting the environment. There are many ways to protect the environment, such as installing a solar system, buying green appliances, reducing carbon footprint or eating healthier and natural foods. However, few people know that using pen refills is an amazing method to protect the environment and minimize the negative consequences.Just think about it - how often do you buy a new pen, use it for a while and then throw it away? Why not instead use a regular ink pen refill to keep pens out of landfills and save additional money in the long run? Yes, the benefits of using pen refills are more than you can imagine.Some of the most obvious advantages of pen refills are:Environmentally-FriendlyInk refills are certainly extremely beneficial to the environment. The good news is that more and more regular people just like you and me are finding this to be true. By constantly disposing of old pens, the vast amount of garbage will exponential...

 




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