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UV Pen Question!

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This may or may not of been answered before but if a gel pen says its "Acid Free" and/or "pH Neutral" , and/or "Archival Quality", Does this mean its suitable to use for a UV mobo mod? I know that they need to be non-conductive but I wasnt sure if acid free means essentially the same thing or what.

Reason being I found pens in my area that say these on them but I'm not sure if they'll work or not. I know the Zebra and BEIFA are the main ones to use for the mod but I'm not having luck finding those yet.
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If it doesn't say non-conductive then don't risk it imo.

Either buy some legit UV pens online or just wait for some locally
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Alright thanks dude
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