Originally Posted by Angelnorth
I know it sounds a bit gross but: suck! I find it works with most gel pens where you can see there's still plenty of ink but it's stopped flowing. The ink won't spurt out of the nib or anything, I think it's basically a case of sorting out the pressure in the barrel.
One caveat - I would never do this with any pen that has a "chemical" sort of smell at all but gel pens are typically non-toxic and don't smell.
Thanks Joanne...will try.....those pens are expensive and I hate to buy a new one if there is still ink inside....