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Old 10-07-2017, 03:34 PM
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Default New to hobby.

I am new to the hobby and have a couple questions about getting ball signed. I've heard that the balls need to breathe so I drilled a hole on each side of the plastic ball holders is that a bad idea? Also what kind o pen do you recommend for signing? From my understanding all ballpoint pen ink has acid in it, doesn't that mean that at some point the autographs will disintegrate? I've thought about doing India ink because it is a high-quality ink with no acid but that only comes in black. These are made by Pitt and are called artist pens.

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