DECOCOLOR® PAINT MARKER EXTRA FINE
The DecoColor® Extra Fine Paint Marker has such a small point it is perfect for adding little details to drawings or for neat writing. This silver and gold pen is great for drawing, scrapbooking, writing letters, window advertisements, and assorted crafts. It writes on glass, paper, wood, clay, porcelain, metal, and mirrors. The paint is opaque oil-based and is acid-free. They come in fine point and 30 different colors.
- Acid Free
- Pigmented Ink
- Broad Point
- Covers most non-coated surfaces: Glass, clay, wood, stone, porcelain, mirrors, metal, and paper.
- Conforms to ASTM D4236
- Item# 140
Colors14 Colors : Black, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Violet, Pink, Lt.Blue, Pale violet, Cream yellow, Ultramarine, Pale blue, Peppermint, Blush pink
ATTENTIONContains 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 climactic conditions and/or chemical composition of product being tested on.
My work with stained glass requires me to outline the galls with a marker so that I can cut the glass along the outline I marked. The DECOCOLOR® PAINT MARKER are exceedingly suitable for marking glass.
I always loved deco markers and it works great
great product................great company............ could have processed order sooner though...........overall. very happy
I first bought a dozen Uchida extra-fine-line red paint pens more than _12_ years ago. I finally used my last one this year and have ordered 10 more. These are invaluable around the lab -- the ink/paint is highly-resistant to alcohol, which we use a lot, and is more or less impervious to water. Once dry, it is very rub-resistant on surfaces that are handled frequently. I use them for any permanent labeling situation where they may come into contact with mild solvents. The extra-fine line allows me to print very small on testubes and other equipment, mark critical points on dial settings. If I am concerned about solvents, I simply cover the paint-pen label with frosted tape. I cannot think of any other "consumable" that has lasted this long. A great product.
I started using the extra fine tip paint pen in our Fused Glass Studio years ago because it was the only marker that would stay on the glass during grinding and sawing. Everything else would just disappear with all the water being used. We now have all of our instructors using them and slowly the students are learning the pens are the only thing that will work to keep their design on the glass.