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talosf

Iroshizuku inks and Diamine inks are wet and will likely work for you.


CmGaugo

Ahaa. I have asa gao and kon peki. Will put in one of those and check ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ


Mr_Boston_

Lamy 2k is unbelievably wet pen. Especially if we are talking about M/B sizes. Try to clean your pen first.


wana-wana

I would do a thorough cleaning with a drop of dishwashing liquid in a cup of water...


CmGaugo

Will try that.


Halfcelestialelf

I have Diamine Violet in my Lamy 2k (M Nib) and that works fine, No drying up or hard starts so far that I've noticed in the last 6 weeks that I've been using this pen.


CmGaugo

My medium lamy 2k works just fine. The broad is a problem.


Halfcelestialelf

Fair enough, would a wetter ink help perhaps? I find writers blood is a nice wet ink.


nubbin9point5

My B 2k loves Diamine Oxford Blue. It was terrible with OS Nitrogen, though shimmers are testy anyway.


frud86

Is there a proper gap between the tines? Iโ€™ve received an L2K which were too tight.


DivaKatz

I have only owned one bottle of Monteverde inks. The Yosemite Green. It gave me hard starts and dried out in all the pens I put it in. Haven't bought any more Monteverde ink since. For wet inks I really like the Sailor Shikiori line.


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Diamine writer's blood is really wet, might work good


SpicyChickenGoodness

Definitely wash it out thoroughly. You need to wash your pen out whenever you switch inks. Try some proper quality inks, Monteverde inks arenโ€™t usually too good. Diamine or Pilot inks will do your pen right.