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|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 0.6 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||35526|
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Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Marker, Extra Fine Point, Black, 1 Count - Great for Rock Painting
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- Black ink is perfect for rock painting, creating scrapbooks, posters and window art
- Quick-drying oil-based ink resists fading, smearing and water
- High-contrast colors create opaque and glossy marks that stand out on dark, light and reflective surfaces
- Extra fine point lays down precise, incredibly detailed lines
- Includes: 1 Black Sharpie paint pen. Before use: Face tip upright, push against finger. Recap and shake. Press tip on surface several times
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Create colorfully painted rocks, inspired scrapbooks and fun window designs in vivid metallic color with Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers. Loaded with bright, quick-drying paint that has an opaque sheen, Sharpie paint pens are perfect for both school projects and the jobsite. The ink resists fading, water and abrasions, is removable from glass and designed to stand out on both light and dark surfaces. Each oil-based Sharpie marker has an extra fine point that creates incredibly precise marks to make your rock painting ideas come to life.
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The Pros :
- Fine tipped can be useful for making thin detailed lines
the Cons :
- After pressing the tip down a couple times to get it to absorb more ink it pours out from the entire tip and not just the point (where its supposed to)
- It blobs very easily and unless you're very careful it will drip when you try to get the tip to absorb more ink
- Ink disbursement can be somewhat random, so if you're drawing a line it will not come out then will suddenly have too much come out and may even drip.
I use the Paint Markers on a regular basis and have owned a lot of them pretty much in every color, if the extra fine tipped paint markers worked as they should I would buy a ton of them, however I will continue to use the one I have and hope it doesn't blob and ruin what I'm working on.
I won't be ordering an extra fine tipped one again.
I refinish, antique and design a lot of furniture and large industrial art pieces, so everything I use it on is hard surfaced. This is where it really shines. The only problems I've had with them is sometimes you have to shake them for quite awhile, or depress the tip longer on certain ones. They do not all act the same.