How Do I Revive My Gel Pen?

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To revive a gel pen, especially a white gel pen that decided to not work so well anymore, you can first cut a white eraser with a craft knife so it fits in the back of the pen as a plug. Place the plug inside the hole and push it inside a little bit at a time with a small screwdriver. If it is pushed in too far the ink will come out too quickly.
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1. Shake the pen to dislodge any potential air bubbles, and try drawing circles on a plain piece of paper until ink begins to flow again. If that doesn't work, continue to step 2.
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Trimax(Reynolds) , Pilot V7 , and the Reynolds Tekpoint.The Tekpoint is a really good pen.It is essentially a smaller version of the trimax which provides smoother writing at a cheaper
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You cant. Gonna have to get new ones.
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1 Take your gel pen, Shake it up and down for about fifteen seconds to get the ink flowing. Ad
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