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Old 02-19-2014, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Quick question about sharpies...

Is it best to use fine point sharpies? I swear they have 5 different kinds of sharpies now(extra fine, fine, regular, etc.). I'm using them to get 8x10's hopefully signed at spring training this year. Thanks in advance!
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Isn't the "regular" kind called fine point normally? I'd stick with those. Nothing too big or small.
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Isn't the "regular" kind called fine point normally? I'd stick with those. Nothing too big or small.
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Yeah I'd just go with the regular ones.
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Although, not that I have ever used them but I have heard praise about staedtlers in the past.
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Staedtlers are nice, but I've personally never used one. It's my understanding that you have to buy them online from like Canada or Europe or something? I know they're more common than Sharpie in most of Europe. They're not cheap but they are known for their efficiency, at least on cards. It might be too fine point for 8x10
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