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Say bye-bye to dull and dusty regular chalk. This neon and pastel set of chalk markers can create vibrant art on any non-porous surface. Have fun using these kid-safe, non-toxic, and easy-to-clean chalk pens on party favors, signages, kitchenware, chalkboards, ornaments, menus, mirrors, windows, and more. No matter the art project, these all-around, brilliant markers will spark your creativity.
One pack containing all our Neon and Pastel Chalk Markers - Use these Liquid chalk pens to decorate any Non-Porous surface including mirrors, shop storefront, metal, blackboard, whiteboard and more - as you want them in your own canvas.
Whether you’re a mom looking for holiday decorating with children, clean alternative to standard chalk or paint, a teacher on a quest for the most sought-after education classroom supplies, or a business, office owner trying to advertise new products, our markers make creating beautiful, fun messages and designs effortless.
Our rich, high quality water based ink is washable and delivers dust free - saturated, clean, flowing fine lines that go on smooth and quick dry within minutes. But when you’re ready to write & start fresh, a mere wipe of a wet paper towel will remove your finished ink completely without any smearing, streaking, smudging or messes!
Our dustless, non-toxic formula is both eco-friendly and safe for use at home. The reversible tip gives you the option of fine tip markers for detail work or broad chisel tip markers for when big bold lines are needed. The bright neon colors make for great visible explanations and student attention.
Brilliant medium for drawing on cardboard, I haven't tried them on many other surfaces yet. I do know it wipes off glass really well which kids will love. Unfortunately there are a few in the batch I got that appear drier than the others but perhaps I've not got them going properly.
I won spirit week with my fourth grade class using these. I was dreading taking it off the window though. Thankfully, I just sprayed lots of water, used lots of paper towels, and it came right off.