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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Made with a specially formulated opaque permanent ink in metallic gold, silver, or bronze, these metallic permanent markers by Sharpie leave a brilliant sheen on both light and dark surfaces. Even more, the markers come equipped with durable fine-point tips that produce thin, detailed lines, and the AP-certified non-toxic ink offers waterproof and smear- and fade-resistant performance from one project to the next.
Use the Sharpie metallic permanent markers to write on CD cases, to label black plastic storage bins, or when you want to capture a memorable autograph from your favorite celebrity. The markers are also the perfect writing instrument for crafts--decorate picture frames, holiday ornaments, and even jazz up your plain wrapping paper and gift bags. Let your creativity shine.
Unlike paint markers, you don't need to shake or pump the metallic marker to get it started. The free-flowing ink already resides in the fine-point tip, so all you need to do is uncap and write. To make sure your ink always stays vibrant, store your marker tip down when not in use.
Works as described. Great ink flow, bold lines, text really stands out on a dark background.Published 2 days ago by Kimberly
Well, I just realized I've been using the very same two silver sharpies for about 4 years now. They haven't run out, dried up. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Pelican Freak
Pens purchased for a wedding gift...to personalize some gorgeous doilies. Pens worked perfectly. Doily was signed and dated to give as gifts to family unable to make it to... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Truth~n~Honesty
I read about some people saying they were dry when they came but I didn't have that problem. I bought them for my boyfriend who's a fire fighter. Read morePublished 5 days ago by I. Tapia
Standard markers that you'd expect from sharpie. They work great on card stock and don't fade or turn to gray or brown or bleed. Just wish I got a finer tip.Published 6 days ago by Adrienne M.