Zebra Mildliner Double-Sided Highlighter - Fine / Bold - Mild Brown

Zebra Mildliner Double-Sided Highlighter - Fine / Bold - Mild Brown

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The Mildliner highlighter features a unique color that shows up softly on paper. It has just the right shade to attract your attention, but won't overwhelm you with bright fluorescence. This water-based highlighter is double-sided with a broad and fine tip.

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i love these!! i dont...
August 12, 2016
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i love these!! i dont love the brown one.. its a pretty dark brown and i cant see anything i highlighted.. if you want it as a marker than it would be ok.. but its supposed to be a highlighter so i duno
sara and groot
Mildliners are great!...
June 17, 2016
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Mildliners are great! This is a really dark brown, darker than the sample image. Less chocolate milk, more black coffee.
"Brown Highlighter" normally...
June 13, 2016
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"Brown Highlighter" normally isn't something somebody would consider buying. Heck, I didn't even want to purchase it, but was eventually talked into it by my friend. And, golly, am I glad that I was. This highlighter (or 'mildliner') is one of the most unique things I've purchased for my school bag.
See, at first I thought it would be similar to a Crayola or Copic brown marker, blocking out any black text and rendering it basically useless. However, that is far from the case. When the highlighter dries, it is still a bold and semi-dark brown, but the text underneath it is clearly readable. I am absolutely floored by this highlighter and the other mildliners I purchased and will definitely buy the rest in the near future.
Abigail Rose
great product...
August 24, 2015
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great product
I don't use this color...
January 22, 2015
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I don't use this color as much. It's much darker than I was hoping and I was looking for subtle colors.