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I have a question regarding cleaning Koh-I-Noor Rapidiograph pens. I love the pens and think if taken care of properly they are worth the trouble. Unfortunately I have a couple of pens that the ink has dried up and I used the cleaning syringe and can't seem to resurrect it. If anyone knows of a tip or trick to revive them I would appreciate it. I hate to toss them because I neglect leaving ink inside them.
Last edited by ronDomingue; August 30th, 2006 at 01:41 PM.
Try soaking the parts in windex, perhaps. I haven't tried this, but I recall someone talking about doing this.
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Windex? Ok, I'll give it a shot. I actually found a good cleaning tutorial for those interesting.
nice! I have an old set that I want to ressurect....