The MONO twin marker is your everyday hero. You can enter new appointments on a large wall calendar and label storage jars and lunch boxes thereafter. Different line widths of the two tips give you a lot of creative freedom. The tips also show their strength in the creative sector. Maybe you have only practised your lettering on paper and card, now you can turn other materials into creative works of art with MONO twin. Wood, cork, glass … – the possibilities are diverse.
Tips and tricks
The perfect subsurface
Depending on the subsurface, the result can vary. Unlike touch-up pens, very smooth materials such as glass or porcelain may require you to paint over them a second time until the ink covers the desired area. With very coarse surfaces such as unsanded wood or coarse-pored cork, you need a little patience as the ink needs time to penetrate the individual pores. Regardless of the surface, the material must be clean (e.g. dust-free).
Mistakes – what now?
MONO twin dries quickly and permanently, but mistakes can happen. You can clean smooth surfaces (such as glass) with nail polish remover. It is best to test beforehand in an inconspicuous place how your material reacts to the nail polish remover.