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Bombay Pen Cleaner

Item #: I109-Pen Cleaner
$5.70

Bombay Pen Cleaner is a general-purpose pen cleaner for dye and pigmented inks, watercolor, or acrylic. Non-corrosive & non-toxic. Transfer a small amount to a bowl or cup, then dip or soak pen parts and nibs to clean. 2 oz plastic bottle.

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Bombay Pen Cleaner is a general-purpose pen cleaner for dye and pigmented inks, watercolor, or acrylic. Non-corrosive & non-toxic. Transfer a small amount to a bowl or cup, then dip or soak pen parts and nibs to clean. 2 oz plastic bottle.

 

Ink Type Cleaner
Compatibility Acrylic, Ink, Watercolor
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bombay Pen Cleaner
 

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2 Review
  • Works well 5

    Posted by KK on Aug 12th 2023

    I should have purchased the larger bottle. It works well but won't last very long. The scent is non-offensive.

  • A Great Asset 5

    Posted by Tumble on Jan 6th 2023

    I purchased Speedball pen cleaner a few years back and decided to try Dr. Ph Martin’s once I ran out, seeing as it was a little cheaper at the time. I’ve not noticed too much of a difference except the smell. Speedball has a harsh chemical odor to it, whereas my Martin’s smells fresh and clean like Windex. For what it is, I don’t really expect it to shell like a bed of flowers, but the more pleasant scent was a surprising perk. This product does what it should and takes ink off dirty nibs well. I also like the bottle design that you can pour/drip from, as opposed to the big open jar and lid Speedball makes. It allows me to save on my cleaner by not using as much. I used to just clean my nibs with water super often, but this stuff takes off the grime that manages to dry while I write and won’t wash off. It keeps my nibs looking fresh and new. It’s not essential—in my opinion—to calligraphers, but it is nice and definitely worth the investment. Get a pipette or ink dropper to really stretch it far.

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