Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Frixion friction functions failing!


Craziness...My notes are disappearing from my notebook! I think the culprit might be that I left my work notebook (Shinola) in my hot car the other day.  Today, when I went to go back though my notes from earlier in the month,  whole sections had disappeared.  The parts you see here are non Frixion.

Anyone else had this happen to them?






3 comments:

Alloy Addict said...

Stick your notebook in a freezer for a while and the ink should reappear.

Dan Goldman said...

From http://www.pilotpen.co.uk/

2. Help! I use FriXion pens and my notebook / page is now empty without a trace of my work!
What should I do?

Leaving items such as notebooks, homework or paper near heaters, in a car on a hot day or even putting pages through repeated photocopying, can heat the paper sufficiently to make FriXion ink invisible. If you find your page to be empty, simply put it in the freezer for a short period of time. Our thermo-sensitive ink reappears at around -10° [Celsius], so your work should reappear once more when the pages sufficiently cool.

John the Monkey said...

I'm sure I've read of quilters using Frixion pens to mark fabric - they iron the work once the markings are no longer needed, iirc, to make them disappear.

Here's one;
https://luciethehappyquilter.com/tag/pilot-frixion-pens/