Have you ever had a dead, dry marker? Within a month of use your marker start slowly and surely drying out, leaving you with a worthless piece of plastic. But wait! Your marker's usefullness is not over yet. All you have to do is cut down your marker's ink cartridge.
- Hot glue gun
- Dry marker
- First, all you have to detach the writing tip of your marker. Tip: The tip of the marker should be re-attachable.
- Inside the marker there is a tube of flexible fibers that are covered in a plastic liner. Take it out.
- Continuously cut the fiber tube down, touch the front of it ever so often to see when the ink starts.
- Attach the fibers to the writing tip with hot glue. Try not to cover the front, only glue around. Reattach the writing tip to the casing.
- Your finished!