If you have been a ballpoint pen user and you’re just switching over to a rollerball pen, you’ll probably be amazed at how much easier it is to write and how smoothly you can glide across the paper with your new pen. But before you go too far, there are some things you should know that will make your rollerball pen writing experience even better. Read on to learn from rollerball pen aficionados about the “finer points” (see what we did there?) of rollerball pen protocol.
Ethan Taub, CEO of Goalry and Loanry.
There are big issues when it comes to using a rollerball pen.
Firstly, if your pen dries out at all. You may need to consider getting a pen refill. If you have a pen that can be changed, that can be a lot cheaper in the long run if you are looking for one good pen that can last you a long time. Another issue for rollerball pens is when they bleed through paper. As these types of pens are water-based, they are more likely to smudge and bleed on the paper. If you are always smudging, you may need to consider how you are holding the pen to let it happen. As for the bleeding, invest in some thicker paper.
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