DIY Paintfill suggestions sought

GREAT pics - I don't think I wanna attemp something like that - better leave it to the professionals ;-)

T.Tiger

Sharpie makes a great Oil based paint marker.  I have used it on my wedges and it holds up fine.

http://www.sharpie.com/enUS/Pages/oil-based-paint-marker-medium-point.aspx 

TT

Do you seal the sharpie paint with anything?  How it clean up?  Acetone or non-acetone remover to clean up overpaint?  I recently did all my irons in the Tamiya paints and it's already coming out.  I'm very un-impressed and looking to try something else.

Jeff V

T.Tiger

Sharpie makes a great Oil based paint marker.  I have used it on my wedges and it holds up fine.

http://www.sharpie.com/enUS/Pages/oil-based-paint-marker-medium-point.aspx 

TT

Do you seal the sharpie paint with anything?  How it clean up?  Acetone or non-acetone remover to clean up overpaint?  I recently did all my irons in the Tamiya paints and it's already coming out.  I'm very un-impressed and looking to try something else.

I didn't coat mine with anything.  And they wiped clean with a q-tip and some nail polish remover.  Have had no issues with the paint fill.  I have only done wedges and putters.  

TT