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Sakura Solidified Paint Solid Marker

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SKU 218058-08
The tough marker for tough jobs, the Solid Marker is a solidified paint in a marker form - a solid paint marker! It marks through dust, rust, water – inside or outside on smooth or rough surfaces . Dries within minutes, and is permanent once dry. Solid Marker won’t fade or wash off like chalk. The twist mechanism keeps paint fresh and ready to use. Ideal for use on wood, cloth and canvas, plastic, steel and iron, rubber, cardboard, glass, fiberglass and concrete. Solid Marker features a tough, broad stroke, quick dry time, low odor and is non-toxic.

This marker is widely used in commercial and industrial applications in construction, welding and fabrication, pipelines and drilling, assembly lines, automotive tires and windshields, HVAC, plumbing systems or with stencils. The 13 mm regular and 10 mm slim markers can be trimmed with a knife for smaller marks. Alcohol-based cleaners will remove marks from most non-porous surfaces. SDS sheets available upon request. Fluorescent colors reflect under UV light and offer higher visibility in low light conditions. The Solid Marker is available in 11 colors including 3 fluorescent colors that offer higher visibility especially in low light conditions. *The fluorescent markers work best indoors as they are not U/V fast, so its colors are not fade resistant when exposed to sunlight.

KEY FEATURES

Handy applicator marks smoothly from the first stroke
Marks virtually any material or surface
Highly permanent once dry
Waterproof and fade resistant*
Mess free – no drips, pooling, or runs
Fast drying – dries within minutes
Fail proof – no tip that can clog or wear off
Marks instantly – no shaking or pumping required to start
Marks at any angle, upside down, or even underwater!
Dry-out resistant – recapped after use, paint remains fresh for a long time
*On all 8 standard marker colors only. The 3 fluorescent colors are not U/V fast to colors will fade when exposed to sunlight