These valve-action paint markers are oil-drying and permanent. Their quick-drying ink marks opaque and glossy on light or dark surfaces and is fade, water, and abrasion resistant for a long lasting durable mark. Sharpie Paint Markers mark on virtually any surface – metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic, stone, etc. They’re great for art and craft projects as well as industrial applications. The markers are AP non-toxic and xylene free. Sharpie Paint Markers are also available in sets.
Sharpie Paint Markers mark on virtually any surface – metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic, stone, etc. They’re great for art and craft projects as well as industrial applications.
The markers are AP non-toxic and xylene free.
Sharpie Paint Markers are also available in sets.
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Will these Sharpie oil-based markers be OK to paint on a wine glass, or will it run and chip off after a rinsing?- Asked by kathy on 01-Nov-13
These will probably be OK for a time, but you may also want to look at the Liquitex Glossies, which are water-based and you can bake them on in your home oven.- Answered by MisterArt on 04-Nov-13
Is the paint easily and safely removed from car window glass?- Asked by Jack on 31-May-13
The Sharpie paint marker is oil-based and pretty permanent, and it would require solvents to remove.- Answered by MisterArt on 31-May-13
Do these markers work on ceramics? I want to monogram mugs for use in our home.- Asked by Jennifer K. on 31-Jan-13
The Paint Markers by Sharpie are not recommended for use on ceramics. We would suggest using the Porcelaine 150 Markers by Pebeo or the Leafing Pens by Krylon.- Answered by MisterArt on 04-Feb-13
Are the sharpie paint pens water-based?- Asked by Don on 18-Jan-13
The Paint Markers by Sharpie are oil-based.- Answered by MisterArt on 18-Jan-13
I bought 3 of these Sharpie Paint pens last year and they have evidently dried out. Is there anything I can do to "revive" them?- Asked by Linda Nelson on 12-Dec-12
Because these markers are permanent, once they are dried out, you would not be able to reuse them. We do not have a mathematical formula to figure how long a permanent marker will "last". With outdoor exposure on a nonporous surface, the marks from a dye base marker will be gone in perhaps three to four months. With indoor exposure on a porous surface, like artist canvas or paper, we would expect marks from a dye base marker to last several years.- Answered by MisterArt on 17-Dec-12
How wide is the tip on the broad markers?- Asked by Lonita on 21-Sep-12
Broad tipped Sharpie Paint Markers are a little less than 3/4 in. wide.- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Jan-13
Is this paint permanent enough to use on wire jewelry components where it will get some wear?- Asked by Lonita on 21-Sep-12
Yes, these markers are permanent. They can be used on metal jewelry as well.- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Jan-13
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