Molotow One4All Colored Acrylic Markers

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Hi, as you now stock Molotow Chrome Markers, a good addition that I think would be good is stocking Molotow One4All Colored Acrylic Markers, I find them really good, they come in different sizes so covers a great size range.
 

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I will need to place an order with them soon, I will add some to the order.
 

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I've finally got round to placing the order, these are what will be coming

160 signal white (EF)
180 signal black (EF)
006 zinc yellow (127HS)
085 DARE orange (127HS)
013 traffic red (127HS)
161 shock blue middle (127HS)
204 true blue (127HS)
042 currant (127HS)
200 neon pink (127HS)
096 MISTER GREEN (127HS)
160 signal white (127HS)
180 signal black (127HS)
227 metallic silver (127HS)
228 metallic gold (127HS)
006 zinc yellow (227HS)
085 DARE orange (227HS)
013 traffic red (227HS)
204 true blue (227HS)
200 neon pink (227HS)
096 MISTER GREEN (227HS)
160 signal white (227HS)
160 signal black (227HS)
 

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Great stuff, will be getting some bits next month so will look through, am also liking the VMS stuff, smells nice as opposed to the Tamiya smelly stuff, a bit weird but hey ho thats me. :nerd:
 

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Sorry to resurrect this thread but I have seen the Chrome pen used and its very effective. When would "you" typically use the coloured ones ? This is quite interesting
 

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hi all, i use the chrome marker quite a lot for touching up chrome on car and bike kits, excellent finish ,
 

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Sorry to resurrect this thread but I have seen the Chrome pen used and its very effective. When would "you" typically use the coloured ones ? This is quite interesting
I was thinking of buying the colour ones (typically the white, red, yellow) to try and use to 'pick out' buttons, switches and control levers in cockpits. Obviously it would have to be the smaller ones such as the 1mm pens.
 

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I was thinking of buying the colour ones (typically the white, red, yellow) to try and use to 'pick out' buttons, switches and control levers in cockpits. Obviously it would have to be the smaller ones such as the 1mm pens.
Excellent idea....<hovers over 'add to basket' button>
 

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Picking out control knobs using these makes life a lot easier! I would recommend them
 
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