Writing on different surfaces requires pens that are designed to handle the demands of various materials. When selecting a pen for writing on different surfaces, consider the surface’s texture, color, and durability.
For writing on paper surfaces, ballpoint and gel pens are suitable choices as they glide smoothly across the paper and create crisp, clean lines. For writing on rough surfaces such as cardboard or fabric, consider using a felt tip pen or a marker with a broad nib that can handle the uneven texture.
For writing on shiny surfaces like metal or plastic, consider using a permanent marker with oil-based ink that adheres well to smooth surfaces. Additionally, consider the color of the ink and how it will show up on different colored surfaces.
Lastly, consider the durability of the pen. If you’re writing on a surface that’s exposed to the elements, like wood or concrete, consider using a pen with waterproof ink or UV-resistant properties that won’t fade or smear over time. If you guys have tried any of our ideas don’t forget to post tag us on our Facebook @Fauzul Enterprise Or on our Instagram @fauzul_enterprise or on our Youtube Fauzul Enterprise.