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Molded Chalk

by Sargent Art


Sargent Art Chalks are non-toxic and of the finest quality. The sticks measure approx. 3 in. long and come in packs of 12.

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Molded Chalk

by Sargent Art

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Jeanette L. from Sarasota, FL says:

What a relief not to smell those toxic pens on the white boards. It is impossible to find real colored chalk in stores, except in huge size for sidewalks - MisterArt's chalks are lovely to work with...[more]

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What's difference between the assorted color 12 pack and 16 pack?

- Asked by Betty Chuang on 08-Dec-12
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The 12 pack comes with the colors pink, lime green, purple, red, yellow, light orange, blue, dark green, orange, light blue, green, and fuchsia. The 16 pack adds brown, dark blue, salmon, and red orange to its assortment.

- Answered by MisterArt on 07-Jan-13

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Rated by: Jeanette L. in Sarasota, FL
What a relief not to smell those toxic pens on the white boards. It is impossible to find real colored chalk in stores, except in huge size for sidewalks - MisterArt's chalks are lovely to work with - remind me of the "good old days." Some of us still need to work in chalk for advertisements, lessons, etc. Delivered within a few days - I have bookmarked MisterArt for future purchases. GREAT SERVICE, GREAT PRODUCTS

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