Fineliner Color Pens
Q: How do you use the Fineliner Ink Pens?
A: These are popular for outlining, handwriting, sketching, or small coloring projects. The tips are very fine and may not be ideal for larger coloring.
Q: One of my pens seems dried out or is skipping ink, what should I do?
A: Try dipping the tip in warm water and scribble on dry paper until consistent ink flow is achieved. If this does not resolve the issue, contact Customer Support.
Q: What type of ink is used in the Fineliner Ink Pens?
A: The ink is water based, and it writes like a very fine marker rather than a gel ink pen.
Q: Will these bleed though thin paper, such as Bible pages?
A: Because these write similar to a marker rather than a pen, they may bleed though thin pages depending on the pressure applied.
Q: Are there duplicate colors in this set?
A: There are 30 vibrant colors in each set of 60 pens, resulting in 2 pens of each color
Q: Are Fineliner Ink Pens nontoxic and safe to use on skin?
A: These pens are nontoxic but we cannot suggest using them on skin.
Microline Fine Point Pens
Q: How do you use the Micro-Line Ink Pens?
A: These pens are ideal for drawing, writing, Bible study, and intricate coloring pages.
Q: The set says there are 16 premium 0.25-0.5 mm pens, what does the variety of sizes mean?
A: There are 11 colored pens with 0.3 mm tips, and the remaining 5 black pens are 0.25, 0.3, 0.35, 0.45 and 0.5 mm. Use the different sizes based on the project you are doing and your desired results.
Q: What do I do if my pen seems dried out?
A: Sometimes dried out ink will clog the tip. We suggest dipping the tip in warm water, wiping clean with a rag, and scribbling on dry paper until ink flow is consistent. If this does not resolve the issue, contact Customer Support for further assistance.