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Use and maintenance of pen
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With a good pen maintenance is also very important. The opening of the new pen, the first to be opened. Will buy back the pen with warm water to open, and the soaking time can not be too long, can not fully open to the pen, the pen can be rubber matter advertising ball pens are open, otherwise it will fall into the brush, hair easy to fall off. Zi Hao hard, be immersed in water for some time.

Runbi office is necessary before the pen, can not take a pen with ink to write. The first method is to rinse the brush hair wet, immediately filed, nor a long immersion, so as to avoid colloidization open document root. After the pen upside down until the stroke recovery toughness, probably 10 minutes. The pen must be kept dry, if not by runbi that book, the hair will become frustrated by heavy, brittle and easily broken, poor elasticity.

After the start of writing, which is also a lot of knowledge into the ink. For the sake of uniformity, and so the ink can penetrate into the brush hair, should be clear before dry, absorbent paper made in the light can drag, until dry up. The so-called dry, not entirely finished ball point pen manufacturers, as long as the water to ink can be. The ink pen three, not to have deep dip weak, less ink is too dry, can not operate freely, then Moduo waist up to all the poor.

After writing, you need to wash your pen immediately. Ink with gum, if not wash, without pen and ink will be dry, strong bonding glue, easy opening to use, and easy to break without pen.

After cleaning, the first pen without residual water to dry and straighten out before, with the ink. The pen hanging on the rack, can I continue to drip water to dry. Care should be taken in the shade to dry, so as to preserve the pen and the characteristics of the original, should not be exposed to the sun. Save the pen to dry.

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