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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.

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Product Questions and Answers

How can I store these to keep them fresher longer?

- Asked by Holly bear on 23-Apr-14

Store them standing with cap end face down at room temperature.

- Answered by MisterArt on 25-Apr-14

I need to make an outdoor sign on a painted glossy surface. Would Sharpie oil paint pen work?

- Asked by Vera M on 20-Jan-14

Yes, Sharpie Paint Markers are oil-based and durable for outside signage.

- Answered by MisterArt on 21-Jan-14

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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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: lisak in meeker, ok
These markers are great.I paint birdhouse gourds with them. My only problem with them is that they tend to bleed when I use any kind of sealer over them.
Rated by: Endi C. in Portland, OR
This oil paint pen would've been totally and completely perfect - had it not broken within five minutes of my using it. Maybe I'm to blame? Maybe it should come with more descriptive directions? Maybe it's just flimsy?
Rated by: Anthony B. in Birmingham, MI
These markers work great when they are new, but from my experience on three pens I have used, they are NOT reusable. Use them once and throw them away. Otherwise, they just don't work a second time. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but it should not be rocket science.
Rated by: Eric S. in Dirty D, MI
Very Niiiiiice!!! Yeah these things work pretty decent on whatever. High Five!!
Rated by: Tammie N. in Boise, ID
Sharpie Paint Markers are terrific for craft projects, labeling storage containers, touch-up and repairs to painted items around the house and at work too. I'd highly recommend this GREAT product!!!
Rated by: Frank P. in monterey park, CA
Good pens but lacking amount of paint inside on label.... seems half full.
Rated by: Jane M. in Redding, CA
I keep buying these pens from you because they're delivered quickly, and I like these pens.
Rated by: Marina R. in chicago, IL
I love the superfine point white marker to add details to collage art works. Really fun. Wish it lasted longer!
Rated by: David W. in Champaign, IL
Love these markers! Fast service. Tend to overpack though--big box, lots of paper for just markers.
Rated by: Kathlene K. in livingston, MT
i love these things! They drip fairly quick if you're not payin' attention but I really dig them.
Rated by: Kain K. in Barrie, AL
Will not come off! Great for outdoor use. Cool ain't it?!?
Rated by: Juanita J. in Chicago, IL
I paint on rocks. The black markers work well. The lighter colors don't have the coverage.
Rated by: Tyler M. in Evanston, IL
Good markers, and pretty good life.
Rated by: Robin U. in Kenny Lake, AK
We love paint markers, and these are among the best we have tried. My daughters are using them to decorate old discarded "Wonder Horses" and turn them into magical carousel ponies.
Rated by: Emily R. in Weatherford, TX
Great product for writing on tiles.
Rated by: Jane Hosey S. in Olathe, KS
Finally... I can paint my canvas art quote pieces with something other than a time-restrictive brush!! I LOVE the sharpie markers and will continue to get them!
Rated by: Cynthia B. in Tucson, AZ
Outstanding art paint pens, easy to control & bright clean colors, dry fast! Love em!
Rated by: C B. in Picture Rocks, AZ
I now change my mind that THESE paint markers are the VERY best! Consistant with use, colors are vibrant, leakage is none or minimal, I love them!
Rated by: John R. in Arvada, CO
What GROWN UPS use these for are when a thin accurate line of real paint needs to be laid down. Sign making, hobbies, even touch up on nicks. You can also use them to draw moustaches and glasses on taggers when they are caught. The kid is correct they do write on pretty much anything though.
Rated by: Leslie B. in Riverdale, NY
Mister Art was great. Fast service. Product is great for photos, better than a sharpie marker, especially for silver paint/ink.
Rated by: Thomas G. in Los Angeles, CA
These are OIL based. Worked on top of Poly urethane and EPS (polystyrene) foam. Also on top of resin coats but most prefer WATER based acrylic markers.
Rated by: Kelly W. in Hartfield, VA
They work great! I used them on glass. Sooooo much easier than painting. Wonderful!
Rated by: Chyrisse A. in Henderson, NV
These work great for doodling on scrapbook pages.
Rated by: Robert S. in North Port, FL
I love the markers. I dont know how I did without them for so long.
Rated by: Hunter S. in RVA, VA
Good pens for gaffiti... I use them mostly on stickers and paste-up posters with good luck. Nice colors too. I had one break after 5 minutes of use, but I think it was just a quirky thing. decocolors are also great
Rated by: joe m. in bos., MA
yo thease things r sick 4 grafiti! you can write on like any thing!
Rated by: Marti L. in Lynnwood, WA
Love these....worked beautifully to embellish glass votive cups and Christmas tree ornaments!
Rated by: Kevin D. in Coeur D Alene, ID
These are great pens. They dry fast and the colors are vivid. Sharpie brand so you can expect quality. The only thing I might warn people abou is to push the tip in on scratch paper everytime you use them and let the paint flow.
Rated by: Marjorie L. in Easthampton, MA
I use the markers for glass marble magnets. The paint colors pop under the clear glass and the markers last a long time, although the finest tip gets a bit worn out faster than the mediums.
Rated by: Cecilia M. in Chicago, IL
Execellet! Better then expected!
Rated by: Mary Lee K. in Charleston, SC
Paint pens are excellent for writing on metal plant markers. The markings have held up surprisingly well outdoors with exposure to the elements.
Rated by: Justin J. in El Cajon, CA
WOrks great on balloons. Nice, thck and drys fast. Only draw back is trying to find something to dab it on first before i use it. Otherwise a great paint pen.
Rated by: Patricia C. in Casey, IL
extremely competitive in price. great quality products.
Rated by: Hugh M. in Vista, CA
Great for marking golf balls. These and the gold/silvers are the best for that task.
Rated by: Carl N. in Baldwinsville, NY
These markers are fantastic for doing lettering and graphics on window by hand. In the age of vinyl that businesses are all too quick to buy in to, when you want to blow a customer away with some very fine freehand artwork and custom lettering that no computer can do, these markers will save you having to put paintdrip throws underneath you and not to mention a messy clean up. They don't dry up like you'd expect thanks to the air tight nib and the oil base paint dries instantly as soon as its on the intended surface. Works great on glossy finish and plexiglass surfaces with no streaking! I do tend to go through them quick but not having to worry about making a mess coupled with the fact that you dont ever have to clean the nib and it never dulls --UNIpaint markers are a welcome relief to us old hand-letterers that just cant sell out to vinyl. Amen!

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