Tips & Tricks

Would you like to know how you can use your Pica products even more efficiently? We'll show you how to get the most out of your markers.

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There is a bit holder at the top of the quiver protector that is suitable for all kinds of bits. This makes the BIG Dry a real all-rounder on the construction site.

There is a bit holder at the top of the quiver protector that is suitable for all kinds of bits. This makes the BIG Dry a real all-rounder on the construction site.

Thanks to the high stability of the clip and the teeth, the quiver can be easily attached to the bag with the correct hand position. Simple Lift the clip with two fingers and slide it downwards.

This function is one of the most advantageous when it comes to the longevity of the products - simply turn the tip 180° and reinsert it. With the Ink, pliers are required to pull out the wick; the metal tube of the BIG Ink can simply be turned with your fingers.

There are different colored refills for the Pica Dry. We offer colored caps so that you can quickly distinguish them on your tool belt or in your trouser pocket. This means that the Dry with the right refill is quickly and easily to hand.

Some leads are chloride-free and are therefore perfect for marking on stainless steel.

  • Water jet resistant refills Dry | 4040 - 4043
  • Blue, white & black by Visor Permanent | 990/41, 990/46, 990/52
  • Pica gel signal marker 8080 - 8084

To protect the mechanism in the marker and increase its service life, we recommend always filling the replacement refills from the back.

To mark in deeper holes, you can make your mark by turning the protruding lead of the Pica Dry.

To draw precise edges, the lead of the BIG Dry can be given an acute angle using a lead sharpener.

Pica Ink marker with black ink marks on metal

Remove markings

Here we give you tips on the best way to remove markings.

Please notethat our products are designed to make high-contrast markings and are actually designed not to come off.

Pica Dry marker with graphite lead

Ink

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To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

Dry

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To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

BIG Dry

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To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge. 

To draw the most precise edges, you can hold the lead of the BIG Dry at a 45° angle to the lead sharpener and give the lead a sharp edge.