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Expo isn't limited to how, when and what you write; it's about creating a smarter way to communicate. That's why great design and intuitive functionality are among the most important benefits of Expo writing systems. The goal is to continue making products with contemporary designs, colors and features that integrate all of your important information into one flexible space. So when life gets messy, you always have a clean slate to figure it out.
Introducing a vivid array of wet and dry erase markers from Expo. Colors like these brighten up boards, liven lists, and ensure messages are never missed.
Use Expo's line of wet and dry erase markers to track, schedule, and present your point in a brilliant fashion. Intense, bold colors take center stage even from a distance. You can get Expo wet or dry erase markers in a wide range of tip sizes, ensuring your point gets across. And now, Expo Markers feature the same bright, vivid color now with low-odor, better-erasing ink--one swipe and it's gone.
With an extensive range of colors and tip sizes, you can always have the tool you need close at hand with Expo Wet and Dry Erase Markers.
Using a whiteboard and Expo markers to make a family chore board is the simple solution to getting everyone (spouses included!) to pitch in without pitching a fit. You can let go of round-the-clock reminders, as "I forgot" is no longer a valid excuse.
Head of the Class
Give kids a whiteboard and Expo Washable markers to allow them to keep learning long after the school day is over. Take a fifteen-minute recess out of your day to be a student in their pretend classroom as they "teach" you their latest lesson. They'll get some fun study time and you'll always get a gold star for attendance.
The List Goes On
Multiple mouths to feed mean you're constantly catering to the likes and dislikes of others. Keep up with their varying tastes by putting an Expo board on the fridge so everyone can request their favorite fare. They'll remain satisfied and you'll be happy to never hear "There's nothing for me to eat" ever again.
Root for the Home Team
Grab some Expo markers in the team colors and go wild on the car windows. It's a fun family activity to show your support and comes off when the game is over. Which is especially nice if someone wasn't quite as victorious as they'd hoped.
Use Expo markers to label your plastic containers. If they're clear, taping a small piece of paper on the opposite side will keep your label legible. And you can change your mind with a flick of the wrist.
Use Expo markers on glass trays to write out the names of specialty hors'devours or wine and cheese pairings. You can also write on small decorative tiles for reusable place settings or buffet labels. Your guests will be thrilled when the only thing they have to ask is "More wine please?"
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|Low Odor Ink Formula||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Number of Colors Available||9||6||6||12||5||4|
|Designed for Glass||✓|
These just make me happy. :) While I don't know how long they'll last in comparison to the regular model, I love the scents. Who says an adult doesn't still have a kid inside her?Published 6 days ago by midcenturyme
As an elementary teacher, I use these markers for me. Then when they are drying up, I give them out as rewards to my students. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Theren Hayes
Good deal! But, I am sooo sad that expo stopped making the larger pack with the purple (grape)!Published 3 months ago by Angie Otinger
These are my favorite markers to use as a teacher. They smell amazing. The best one is the mint chocolate.Published 4 months ago by CV Teacher/Mom
The red ink is a little light, but the scents are great. Miss the classic brown spice one, but I can see where brown doesn't get used on a whiteboard much.Published 5 months ago by Steve
i am a tutor at my university library. My stats students love when I bring these out. They smell wonderful, though the chocolate mint was an unexpected choice in my opinion. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sam