You get a pink pen with most Diamond Painting kits you order. At one end is the part that allows you to put a drill on it. In the other, there is usually nothing at all, but sometimes there is something there. Something that may not be entirely clear on how you use. Here I explain what the different end pieces for the pink pen are and how they are used.
End piece for 3, 6 & 9 drills
There are three different end pieces that look very similar but have different sizes. These ends are used to put down 3, 6 or 9 drills at once. You fill the entire open area with wax. Then just line up drills in the tray and pick them up with the pen. Personally, I think the one with room for three drills is really good. What you can get a little annoyed with is that the edge around the tip is somewhat thick which makes it difficult to get it down among already laid drills. I use the one with three drills a lot, and it speeds up the process very much. If you want to buy these end pieces you can find them here: 3, 6 & 9 ends.
End piece to adjust drills
This end piece is narrow and flat and is used to adjust drills. If some drills is out of place, you can adjust them with this. The ends are available in a few different widths, and they are about the same size as the ends for 3, 6 & 9 drills. I think the idea with this end is good but its not working out quite good. It depends on how much you press and most of the time you just move the glue while the drills slide back. If you want to buy the ends to adjust drills, you can buy them here: end to adjust drills.
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