Username Post: Singo white uni-ball impact pen        (Topic#1580371)
suezhunt
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suezhunt

I have this pen and love it, but last night I used it on a sheet of navy blue paper and it dried pink! Thankfully I practiced on a scrap and decided to call it quits for the night before I wrote on my layout!


 
scraprabbit
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In response to suezhunt

Really! Never had that happen, and I use that pen all the time (and on navy too). So strange!


 
siameseplease
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In response to scraprabbit

I've never had that happen, either. If my signo is not around, I use a white water-based sharpie. Not the oil base one.


 
Just G
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In response to siameseplease

I have the pen and use it on dark blue and black papers of all time. even on red it doesn't turn pink.

Could it be because it was double sided? Maybe something in the mix of paper/

Or maybe it transferred color from the last paper you used it on??



 
RedSquirrel UK
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In response to Just G

I've had that happen too. Well pink from red paper and brown paper, not pink from blue paper - that's weird!


 
cheball
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In response to RedSquirrel UK

I had it turn pink as well on dark paper. I went over the journaling a few times to try and get it back to white. I thought my pen might have been too old. The new one has worked okay so far.

Cheryl


 
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