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Handy Art Empty 2 ounce Marker Bottle, Dauber Tip and Cap, 12-Each
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- Warning: choking hazard small parts. not for children under 3 years.
- Fill with handy art® by rock paint washable and tempera paints
- Pressure sensitive valves ensure markers won’t spray when squeezed
- Fill with liquids such as water for other uses
- Made in the usa
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Fill these 2 ounce marker bottles with Handy Art Washable or Tempera Paints to create your own paint markers. Marker bottles have pressure sensitive valves which ensure they won’t spray when squeezed. Bottles can also be filled other liquids such as water for other uses. Made in the USA.
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My only concern it is a bit tough to get the dauber tip back off when it comes times for refill. I did have to use some pliers to help get the tip out of the bottle. This is good as it is obviously a secure (and therefore less messy) fit, but there is a potential to mar the plastic upon remove and create a source for leakage.
Excited to use these for many art projects to come!
One thing, though, is I wish I could buy the tops separately. I know I can buy the dauber part separately, but haven't found a place to buy the tops. They are teenagers - they leave them with the tops off from time to time - and the tops go missing. The bottles themselves really never need to be replaced - but the dauber will wear out with time (or dry out if you leave the top off).
My only real complaint is that you need pliers to get the dauber top off to refill the bottle. It is a little bit difficult - and messy. But, I'd rather have a top that is difficult to remove over one that pops out with too much pressure and makes a huge mess!
The second issue is that there is no control valve in the bottles, which is great for thicker paints and glues (they flow very easily) but for thinner mediums, such as inks and liquid watercolors, basically the liquids just pour out of the top of the bottles.
That being said, these suit my needs perfectly.