DECOCOLOR® OPAQUE WHITE EXTRA FINE

$3.49
SKU 013000000
DecoColor® Extra Fine Opaque white paint marker is great for writing and detail drawings on glass, paper, wood, clay, porcelain, stone, metal and mirrors. The paint is an opaque oil based paint with xylene. It is acid free, lightfast, weatherproof and pigmented. Great for crafting, home and office use.

Specifications

  • Acid Free
  • Lightfast
  • Oil-based
  • Pigmented Ink
  • Weatherproof
  • Extra Fine Point
  • Covers most non coated surfaces: Glass, clay, wood, stone, porcelain, mirrors, metal, and paper.
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236
  • Item# 130

ATTENTION

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 climactic conditions and/or chemical composition of product being tested on. Use with adequate ventilation.

Customer Reviews

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Translucent, not Opaque

I got this marker to write on dark colored cardstock envelopes. The ink goes on ok but seems to disappear within a few seconds. Makes it look watered down and almost invisible. I tried it on a variety of papers and got the same results. So disappointed in this marker. Will have to go try a different brand.

The card stock paper is absorbing the paint. Let it dry and go over it again, it will become more opaque.

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These I need

I use these pens to mark stained glass patterns on the glass. It does not wash off during grinding, sawing or the interim washings. Getting them directly from the company means that they are fresh and work with little priming.

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C.
Translucent, not Opaque

I got this marker to write on dark colored cardstock envelopes. The ink goes on ok but seems to disappear within a few seconds. Makes it look watered down and almost invisible. I tried it on a variety of papers and got the same results. So disappointed in this marker. Will have to go try a different brand.

The card stock paper is absorbing the paint. Let it dry and go over it again, it will become more opaque.

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G.P.
These I need

I use these pens to mark stained glass patterns on the glass. It does not wash off during grinding, sawing or the interim washings. Getting them directly from the company means that they are fresh and work with little priming.