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Sharpie Paint Oil-Based Marker, Medium Point, White (35558)

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Item #: 901-1667998
  Model #: SAN35558
Brand: Sharpie
Sharpie Paint Oil-Based Marker, Medium Point, White (35558)
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Let your creativity flow by creating art on virtually any surface with this white Sharpie medium point oil-based paint marker. Create bold designs with this medium point paint marker that is ideal for posters, painted glassware, and more. The opaque paint of this oil-based marker is AP certified and permanent to provide resistance against water, fading, and abrasion. This marker writes on metal, pottery, wood, and other surfaces that require smear-proof, permanent marking. The ink in this Sharpie oil-based paint marker dries in minutes to allow you to move on to other tasks.
  • Oil-based markers with opaque ink are perfect for creating scrapbooks, posters, and window art
  • White paint for marking on dark backgrounds and light shade adds definition to your work
  • Medium point provides accuracy and detail
  • Markers are sold individually
  • Meets or exceeds ACMI AP standard
  • Dries in minutes, resists fading and smearing
  • Works on virtually any surface - metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic, stone, and more
  • Paint markers resist water damage, fading, and abrasion
Safety Data Sheet
Marker Type : Paint Color Family : White Non-Toxic : Yes True Color : White
Marker Pack Size : Each Marker Point Type : Medium Marker Ink Color : White Quick Drying : Yes
Odorless : No Marker Features : Fade Resistant Pack Qty : 1 Retractable : No
Washable : Non Washable Type of Marker : Permanent Brand : Sharpie Customizable : No
Weight : 11.80 lbs. per Each

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