Pro Line Paint Pens

Pro Line Paint Pens


Black Micro Tip
$3.99
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Red Micro Tip
$3.99
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White Micro Tip
$3.99
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Yellow Micro Tip
$3.99
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Black - Fine Tip
$3.99
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White - Fine Tip
$3.99
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Red - Fine Tip
$3.99
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Blue - Fine Tip
$3.99
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Yellow - Fine Tip
$3.99
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Pro Line Paint Pens

    A fast & easy way to refill scorelines or other engraved areas on any golf club. Available in Fine Line and Micro Fine in Red, Black, White, Yellow and Blue. Finishes off any refinishing job with professional results. After cleaning and buffing or polishing heads, clean grit out of the grooves and apply paintfill. Looks great!

PLEASE NOTE: Cannot Ship Via Air Service. No Ground Shipping to HI or AK.

Pro Line Paint Pens is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth it Ordered 4 pens to refinish my son's clubs for Christmas. Black and Red worked OK, but not sure if they can ever work again. Tips seem to dry and clog up. White worked only once then quit feeding paint. Yellow never did feed paint to the tip. Both yellow and white leaked. Wanted lacquer sticks but you did not have any white, black or yellow offered. Might try needle and other paint. This is a set back. Hope to get doen before Christmas.
Date published: 2011-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from don't waste your money these pens leak, the tips are too fat, and they don't work as advertised. you're better off with a needle and some model paint.
Date published: 2009-12-26
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what is the tip size of the micro and fine tipped pens

Asked by: Mr Magic
The MKM Microfine point is listed as 1mm and the MKF Fine point is listed as 2mm.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-21

which do I need if I am trying to fill the name on the bottom of my irons?

Asked by: mike
Either the fine or micro fine will work. If you are trying to stay more detailed for less clean up the micro tip will work better. Generally we will over fill the stampings on the sole and then use a paper towel and grip solvent to wipe away the excess paint around the stamping.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13

Is the micro tip the smallest one or the fine tip?? The red one in the picture??

Asked by: cwinchip
The Micro tip is the smallest tip size and it is the red one in the picture.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-05
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