The MONO twin marker is your everyday hero. You can enter new appointments on your big wall calendar and then label the storage jars and lunch boxes immediately thereafter. The different line widths of the two tips give you a lot of options. The tips also show their strength in the creative field. Perhaps you have only practiced your lettering on paper and cardboard to date. Now with the MONO twin, you can transform other materials into creative works of art as well. Wood, cork, glass... The possibilities are practically endless.
Thanks to its oil-based ink, the MONO twin marker can be used on various materials. This includes:
Tips & Tricks
The perfect substrate
Your results may vary depending on the substrate. Unlike with paint pens, you may have to draw on very smooth materials such as glass or porcelain a second time until the ink covers the surface. With very coarse substrates such as unpolished wood or coarsely porous cork, you may have to be patient, as the ink will need to penetrate the individual pores.
Regardless of the surface, it is important that the material is clean (e.g., dust-free).
Make a mistake?
The MONO twin dries quickly and is permanent. Nevertheless, mistakes can happen. You can clean smooth surfaces (such as glass) again using nail polish remover. It is recommended to test how your material reacts to the nail polish remover in an inconspicuous area beforehand.