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

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

$1.50
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4.6 (21 reviews)
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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. The highlighter is double-sided with a broad and fine tip.

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I ordered this highlighter...
August 14, 2014
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I ordered this highlighter as part of a set but it has become my favorite out of the bunch. It's not dark, but adds a nice emphasis to whatever text is highlighted. The highlighter is a bit rich (lots of ink so far), but I haven't used it much yet so I don't know how long that will last. Overall, a good color and nice overall highlighter.
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No bleedthrough. I like...
November 16, 2015
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No bleedthrough. I like the fine/bold. I outline a block of text with the fine side and individual lines of text with the bold. I also have the green and blue green. I like the subtlety of the gray.
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This highlighter has...
March 11, 2016
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This highlighter has such a unique color, I love it very much! The double sided tip is also a plus.
Love this product. Highlighti...
February 16, 2016
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Love this product. Highlighting with it draws attention but doesn't obscure the text underneath. This gray is my favorite, but I also like the violet.
leslielandrew
The color is dark. It...
February 14, 2016
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The color is dark. It is much darker than appeared in the picture. I hope they would have made it more pastel. There is a lot of ink and my loose-leaf paper gets warped! It is way better off functioning as a marker than a highlighter. I totally don't recommend these as a highlighter. Unless you highlight super super lightly, (I don't even highlight that heavy), these will be very dark and warp your paper. And I have never ever successfully highlighted my own handwriting (with pens) without it bleeding. I have tested with G-2 pilot pens, and Staedtler pens, and neither have been highlighted without bleeding.
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