|Item Weight||5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 7.4 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||98-5806|
|Material Type||Not Applicable|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2365|
Crayola; Washable Dry-Erase Markers; Art Tools; 6 ct.; Broad Line; Easy Erase; Bright, Bold Colors
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- Broad line tips produce bright bold colors on dry-erase surfaces
- Great art tools for home, classroom and on-the-go uses
- Washes clean from clothes and hands
- Create, erase and create again!
- Includes 6 bright, vibrant colors-- Red, Green, Bright Blue, Orange, Yellow and Black
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Crayola 6ct Dry Erase Broad Line Wahable Markers
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Crayola 6ct Washable Dry Erase Markers with Conical nibs for thick and thin lines easily wipes off dry erase surfaces.
Top customer reviews
These Crayola dry-erase markers are incompatible with our white board. They write well, but then they don't come off with a dry-erase eraser. We have to use a wet paper towel to do any erasing. So I guess they work well as "wet-erase" markers.
We switched back to the Melissa and Doug, which work great for us.
One suggestion...if your child loves to draw, but may not be very 'responsible' with the markers....I'd suggest buying a second set. My son has already ruined a couple of the markers by leaving the cap off or by coloring over dark colors with the lighter markers (thus ruining the marker). None of these are deal breakers, but due to how he used them, we were limited on the number of markers we had early on. They're cheap enough that if you can swing it, I'd just go ahead and order two sets off the bat!
I would like it if the markers were shaped a little differently than regular Crayola markers. These mix in easily with regular markers, especially when students are putting markers away.