SKU 030000000

Use these DecoColor® Broad Point paint marker pen to write out large messages on glass or mirrors or to cover a larger surface area on other projects. The larger tip of this paint pen allows for a quick covering of any glass, paper, wood, clay, porcelain, stone, metal, or mirror surface. The paint is acid-free, lightfast, weatherproof, and pigmented.


  • Acid Free
  • Lightfast
  • Oil-based
  • Permanent
  • Pigmented Ink
  • Weatherproof
  • Broad Point
  • Covers most non coated surfaces: Glass, clay, wood, stone, porcelain, mirrors, metal, and paper.
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236
  • Item# 300


NEW COLORS: Grey, Coral Pink, Lime Green, Pale Mauve, Mustard.

35 Colors : Gold, Silver, Copper, White, Black, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Brown, Orange, Violet, Pink, Lt.Blue, Lt. Green, Dark Brown, Rosewood, Pale violet, Cream yellow, Crimson lake, Ultramarine, Pale blue, Rosemarie, Plum, Peppermint, Pine green, Teal, Blush pink, Pastel peach, Hot purple 

Available sets:

300-6Awhite, black, red, blue, green, yellow
300-6Bpale violet, cream yellow, pale blue, pastel peach, peppermint, blush pink
300-6C: yellow, orange, light blue, light green, rosemarie, hot purple
300-6D: coral pink, pale mauve, grey, lime green, mustard, white


Contains Xylene. Not recommended and unsuitable for certain types of plastics, leather, metals, finished wood, paper and fabric products. Always test on a small inconspicuous area first for suitability and chemical reaction. Results may vary, depending upon surface and climatic conditions and/or chemical composition of product being tested on. Use with adequate ventilation.

Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews
Michael Steven Hering

Great deals

Lab Manager
The only markers that work for us

I work in a lab, and we have things stored in Liquid Nitrogen. We use the Marvy Uchida paint markers to label the outer containers since the paint stays on in the extreme cold and can also be erased and relabeled when needed.

Peter Sparber
Best marker

I make large drawings on heavy duty construction paper, which is extremely rough on markers…grinds down the nibs and tends to drain the ink faster than pens can wick up fresh ink. I literally bought two of every marker I could find in the local art supply stores, and while none of them were totally up to the task, the Decocolor markers have been the clear winner. I threw the rest away…and have started to order these in bulk.

Corey Lowe
Hands down the best

I have had the same set since 2005-2006!
They still work without a problem.
I use these for a slew of different things and it’s never left me disappointed.
No other brand even comes close to the performance and longevity of Marvy/Uchida.


I love these markers but feel they get ruined fast sometimes by leaking out to fast when you press the down. They are pretty expensive to lose out when you just by them but than can't use them