Kuretake Dry Erase Liquid Post Chalk Marker Pen - White

Kuretake Dry Erase Liquid Post Chalk Marker Pen - White

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3.3 (3 reviews)
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Please Note:These markers write with a clear ink that darkens as it dries.

This white chalk marker is very light, for a more opaque white for nonporous surfaces try the RayMay Fluorescent Board Markers - 2 mm.

Unlike whiteboard markers that can erase only when used on whiteboards, these liquid chalk markers can erase from dozens of non-porous surfaces. Use these great markers to write on white boards, black dry erase boards, windows, mirrors, filing cabinets and more! You can even make any poster into an erasable surface when you write with this chalk marker. Plus, your hands will never get dusty. Not suitable for chalk boards as marks may not erase cleanly from the porous surface.

This set is great for restaurants and store owners. They are dry erase and wipe clean with any cloth or paper towel. This line is the first of many to come from the Japanese Kuretake brand.

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They work very well on...
July 31, 2011
They work very well on a lot of surfaces. When used on glass the ink is initially watery and barely visible, but once it dries I've found it is very bright and opaque. (Though, just like Dry Erase markers if you scribble/put too much ink down the tip will just move the ink about, erasing it.)
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These markers are not...
September 23, 2009
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These markers are not ideal for anything other than a chalkboard. I tried to use them on glass and the ink is less than opaque.
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The service was excellent....
March 25, 2015
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The service was excellent. They were out of stock and I got an email saying they were back. I ordered them to use on a black white board and they really weren't want I thought they would be they don't show up very well. My fault, not the companies.