• It's possible but I never had any success for any appreciable time afterwards. Try a mix of abot 3/4 water and 1/4 alchohol, soak the tip for an hour or two, put the cap back on, store tip down over night. If you have any glycerin around for some reason, add about same amount as the alcohol. You can buy a new marker for less than the glycerene will cost you. A more fun thing to try is tie a string to the base end of the marker, real secure now, then spin it around and around real fast for a while tip out and cap on. For more fun spin it in a small room with white walls and cap off. It might not rejuvinate the marker but when your through you might have a nifty mural on the walls.
  • it probably ran out, you might need to get a new one

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