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what to use to scribe tags on sinks, mirrors, and soap dispensers etc?

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im new too graffiti and i just wanted to understand what are good and popular tools to use to carve tags on mirrors sinks etc. Iv been using regular rocks but sometimes its kinda hard to write since its all deformed. one thing i noticed is that rocks wont carve into sinks and barely into soap dipensers so i wanted to know good alternatives for that. last thing if you guys post tools please put what stores i can get them if they are in stores. thanks guys :p

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Fuck all you guys u guys are wack and i bet ur all gay. With yo stupid ass answers cant even help a bro out, well then fuck u all.

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Fuck all you guys u guys are wack and i bet ur all gay. With yo stupid ass answers cant even help a bro out, well then fuck u all.

 

you do not get it ...

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mah niggy said he's scribin with rocks LOL...tell Fred Flintstone and the gang waddup for me

 

ok..so what you're going to need for a good scribe is real diamond....so you're going to want to buy a plane ticket to Sierra Leone....

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Your teeth scribe deep into just about any surface, TRUST ME. As far as etch, a virgin's tears in a mop works better than any acid or bath I've fucked with. Also way cheaper and easier to come across. Keep these two tips in mind and you'll be the next king Cope2 of your hood in no time.

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Your teeth scribe deep into just about any surface, TRUST ME. As far as etch, a virgin's tears in a mop works better than any acid or bath I've fucked with. Also way cheaper and easier to come across. Keep these two tips in mind and you'll be the next king Cope2 of your hood in no time.

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Use razor blades. The proper technique is to grab the razor blade between your first two fingers and the palm of your hand and grip it as tight as you can. you might notice a little stinging sensation but don't mind that or the small amounts of blood that might appear, now take the razor blade and proceed to carve your name into the sink with it. It is kinda hard and you have to use as much force as possible. Your hand will make a perfect seal with the razor blade allowing you to get great leverage and carve it in as deep as you possibly can.

For doing soap dispensers its a bit more tricky. The best trick I have learned is to take a can of some cheap paint and some color you are never going to use like gold or silver or any fluorescent color and bring that in the bathroom with you, take a knife and stab the can around the top once you are in there. Cut the top of the can off, and use the jagged edge around the top to do your tag. Thats how to make it look the freshest. You need to use a new can each and every time though since the soap dispensers ruin the top of the can fairly easily and it won't do as good of a tag the second time and everyone will think you are a toy if you keep using the same can.

Don't listen to all the haters who don't want to tell you the tricks of how we do stuff, they just don't want to see a young G come up.

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Awww, so sad. Are these little pictures of 12oz members after mommy has taken away their crayons so they'd stop drawing all over the walls and furniture?

 

Maybe when they become REAL men they'll outgrow the toddler's instinctive plea for attention. Little bouncing baby bitches.

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Awww, so sad. Are these little pictures of 12oz members after mommy has taken away their crayons so they'd stop drawing all over the walls and furniture?

 

 

yes.

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