Chalk Markers - 8 Vibrant Colors, Erasable, Non-Toxic, Water-Based, Reversible Tips, Bright Colors For Kids & Adults for Glass or Chalkboard Markers for Businesses, Restaurants, or Use Liquid Chalk Markers on Any Non-Porous Surface
- WARNING! - NEVER use any chalk markers on chalkboard paint or cheap porous chalkboards. Test in a corner first. WRITE ON ANY PRIMED CHALKBOARD, GLASS, GLOSS OR OTHER NON POROUS SURFACE. These chalkboard markers also make great window markers! Use these chalk markers for glass, tile, contact paper, stickers, whiteboards, plastic, and metal with ease. The bright liquid chalk is sure to please.
- BRING YOUR CREATIVITY TO LIFE! Perfect for hand lettering and freestyle designs, Bandle B. Liquid Chalk Markers come in 8 vibrant colors to help your designs, messages, and slogans pop off of chalkboards or whiteboards. These markers are easy to use and erase.
- PERFECT FOR ANY OCCASION. Looking for a way to write out directions or say something you want everyone to read? The Bandle B. Liquid Chalk Markers are the perfect way to do it. For use in your home or business, the vivid colors create eye-catching designs on your writing surface to make a lasting impact.
- REVERSIBLE TIP! Our Liquid Chalk Markers with reversible tip, makes it easy for anyone to create fine and bold lines. No more tedious filling in with a skinny marker or constant erasing with a bold marker, the Bandle B. Liquid Chalk Markers make it as easy as 1,2,3 to change tips.
- 5- STAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE! That's right; we stand behind our set of liquid chalk markers! No questions asked refund or replacement for one full year, including your shipping costs. We will always do what we can to make you happy with your purchase.
How to get started.
1. Shake well before each use. These nontoxic, water-based markers need to be shaken thoroughly before use to mix the pigment. We recommend shaking the capped marker until you hear the ball move freely (30 seconds to a minute). If you don’t hear the ball moving inside, remove cap, press marker tip down once to release pressure, replace cap, and then shake again. Be sure marker is tightly capped and hold your finger over the cap while shaking to avoid splatter. Test flow before re-shaking.
2. Prime the marker.
On scrap paper gently press the bullet tip until you see the color reach the base of the nib. Once full, further pressure will cause the marker to leak and puddle.
3. Prime your chalkboard.
Be sure to prime your non-porous chalkboard before use by rubbing regular chalk the board and then wiping it off with a dry paper towel or rag (if you don’t have chalk on hand, you can substitute with corn starch or baby powder). Remove liquid chalk marker with a wet rag or paper towel.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ'S)
What do I do if the color appears faded or watery?
If the color is not vibrant or appears runny, this means the pigment is not fully mixed. Just shake the marker with the cap on until color is opaque and vibrant.
What if the tip gets stuck?
If the tip gets stuck, take off the cap and partially unscrew the colored plastic piece that attaches the nip to the black body of the marker. A couple turns will do the trick and when you tighten this piece back up, the nib will pop back into place.
How do I reverse the tip?
These markers come with reversible tips. Simple use a pair or tweezers or a paper towel to pull out the tip, reverse and replace. Use a piece of scrap paper to press the tip in and release to ensure the tip is fully set.
I haven't used them in a long time, how do I revive them?
if the markers go unused for a while or seem to be drying out, they may need a little attention to get going again. First, shake it vigorously for at least 30 seconds. You need to hear the ball bearing moving inside as you shake it. Keep shaking vigorously for at least 10 seconds after you hear this sound. Now prime the nib by fully pressing it down on a clean surface. Hold it down and/or pump gently until the ink comes out.
Can I use these markers on chalkboard paint or a painted wall?
Painted boards are not recommended for liquid chalk markers as ghosting will occur. Ghosting is when you can still see a faint outline of your drawing even after erasing. We recommend sealing any non-porous surfaces before using markers.
How do you erase liquid chalk markers?
Our Liquid chalk markers can be erased easily on non-porous surfaces. A damp cloth is usually all it takes. However, on porous surfaces (non-erasable), some of the pigment can get absorbed, causing a shadow to be left behind when removed. If you've experienced this, here are some ideas to help: 1. Use a white cleaning eraser to clean the surface. These work wonders but can remove some painted surfaces, so please test first. 2. Use a baby wipe. These also work well and are somewhat less aggressive than cleaning erasers. Please test any of these cleaning techniques in a small area first as all surfaces react differently to these solutions and we don't want any damage to occur.
What else can I use my markers on?
These markers also work great on vinyl, glass, whiteboard, tile, metal, plastic, and other non-porous materials.