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No I tried it on a t-shirt and then washed it and the colors bleed together.
By Kathy K. on June 22, 2014
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I believe very very well. I have seen videos of people decoratin tote bags with these same sharpies and thats why I got this pack. I got them to color some color blanks and they were fantastic. Hope this helped.
By Valerie on July 8, 2014
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yes. holds well.
By Sara Gaudioso on October 14, 2013
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It does have a grey marker. Testing it on regular printer paper it appears fairly dark. I also tested the colors on velum tracing paper and it looks much lighter on that surface. So, just be aware that the darkness of the grey marker has a bit of variation depending on the surface you're using it on.
By Jandsm on May 23, 2013
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they aren't sharpie paint markers, which are definitely oil-based. maybe this link will help you? http://www.sharpie.com/enus/pages/faq.aspx#Q15
By Sara Gaudioso on November 4, 2013
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No, not metallic or shiney.
By Hannah on December 10, 2015
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No. Oil-based sharpies or enamel based paints made specifically for ceramics would be. You can use them on ceramic dishes, bake them, and then they are safe for hand washing, but not dishwasher washing.
By Jandsm on July 2, 2013
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Water,I believe.
By shane cawthon on July 14, 2014
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If you use a silver Sharpie as a primer, you can use any color over it on any background. I do it all the time. Hope this helps you to do what you want/need!
By Elswet Hamilton on October 9, 2014
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There is a reddy -brown, but it's definitely more red than brown.
By ChronicallyBatgirlColours on April 28, 2016