Uchida 480-C-0 Marvy Broad Point Tip Regular Bistro Chalk Marker, White
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- Made in Japan
- This chalk marker is opaque, water based, pigmented and erasable with a damp cloth
- It can be used on chalkboards, light boards, windows and windshields
- The marker needs to be shaken and then press down on the tip until the ink releases into the tip
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This bistro chalk marker features point tip of 6-mm. This chalk marker is opaque, water based, pigmented and erasable with a damp cloth. A wonderful way to create chalkboard art to attract attention and increase sales. Bistro chalk markers can use on chalkboards, light boards, windows and windshields.
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I have a tip though. You can get a sealer for your chalkboard to use these (and all chalk markers) on them. Check out a clear acrylic sealer spray on Amazon.
These are great markers no nonporous surfaces.
To address what other viewers have commented on about pen arriving empty... If you are not used to paint-type markers, you may think this arrives empty or out of ink. Like a paint marker, you must prime it by depressing the tip against some scratch paper until liquid chalk comes out, then it's good to go. This is not a defect, but merely how this kind of marker works. If you go awhile without using it, you may have to prime it again. This is not a defect either. Additionally, stirring the marker flat, as the package indicates will keep it from leaking all over. Don't just put it in your pencil cup.
I wish the color was orange-ier and I did take off a pint for that. It's a boring orange. Light orange, but florescent. I was hoping for more of a pumpkin orange. Otherwise, this market functions perfectly. It does take awhile to dry, so be careful until then.