BISTRO CHALK MARKER

$3.49
SKU 048000000

Bistro Chalk Markers are the perfect every day chalk marker. These chalk markers work on chalkboards, dry erase boards, light boards, windows, windshields, and other non-porous surfaces so you can write or create art virtually anywhere. The markers come in 15 colors and are opaque, water-based, and pigmented. Clean up is super easy, they are erasable with a damp cloth.

Specifications

  • Pigmented
  • Erasable with a damp cloth
  • 6 mm point tip
  • Item# 480

Colors

Click here to see color chart: white, black, red, blue, green, yellow, brown, violet, fluorescent red, fluorescent blue, fluorescent green, fluorescent yellow, fluorescent orange, fluorescent violet, fluorescent pink


See our 4 piece Bistro Broad Chalk Marker Sets
480_4A: fluorescent red, fluorescent blue, fluorescent green, fluorescent yellow
480_4B: white, fluorescent violet, fluorescent orange, fluorescent pink
480_4C: black, red, blue, white
480_4D: brown, green, yellow, violet

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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It doesn't come off

Even after conditioning the board, and erasing it and using soap and water, it still didn't come off. I really liked the product until I wanted to erase and start new.

J
J.T.
Awesome Chalk markers

These were exactly what we needed for our bistro boards! bright, vibrant color that pops on our chalk boards. They come off with a little water and vinegar, but the juice is worth the squeeze. Highly recommend.

M
M.C.
Not coming off

I conditioned my chalk board multiple times, then used the markers. THEY DO NOT COME OFF. I used every recommendation for removal and it has left a permanent stain. I will now have to repaint my wall.

Sorry to hear about your wall. Wall chalk boards tend to be very porous and will absorbs marker ink. We recommend using chalk markers on non-porous surfaces like glass, metal, dry erase boards, light boards, windows, windshields, and non-porous chalkboards.
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L.
Doesn’t come off

I have painted a sandwich board for my work with chalk paint. The office manager put the menu on the board with the Bristol chalk marker. It did not come off with soap and water, it never came off with anything I used so I had to repaint the boards. Please recommend a chalk marker that will wash off with soap and water please.
Thanks

Sorry to hear that, certain chalk boards are porous. Try conditioning the board first by taking chalk or a chalk marker and rub it all over the chalkboard. Then wipe it off with a chalkboard eraser or a damp cloth for markers. This will help fill in the pores.

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Based on 4 reviews
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v
v.
It doesn't come off

Even after conditioning the board, and erasing it and using soap and water, it still didn't come off. I really liked the product until I wanted to erase and start new.

J
J.T.
Awesome Chalk markers

These were exactly what we needed for our bistro boards! bright, vibrant color that pops on our chalk boards. They come off with a little water and vinegar, but the juice is worth the squeeze. Highly recommend.

M
M.C.
Not coming off

I conditioned my chalk board multiple times, then used the markers. THEY DO NOT COME OFF. I used every recommendation for removal and it has left a permanent stain. I will now have to repaint my wall.

Sorry to hear about your wall. Wall chalk boards tend to be very porous and will absorbs marker ink. We recommend using chalk markers on non-porous surfaces like glass, metal, dry erase boards, light boards, windows, windshields, and non-porous chalkboards.
L
L.
Doesn’t come off

I have painted a sandwich board for my work with chalk paint. The office manager put the menu on the board with the Bristol chalk marker. It did not come off with soap and water, it never came off with anything I used so I had to repaint the boards. Please recommend a chalk marker that will wash off with soap and water please.
Thanks

Sorry to hear that, certain chalk boards are porous. Try conditioning the board first by taking chalk or a chalk marker and rub it all over the chalkboard. Then wipe it off with a chalkboard eraser or a damp cloth for markers. This will help fill in the pores.