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White Bold Point Oil-Based Paint Marker

$3.47
  • Permanent marker with fade, water and abrasion-resistant ink
  • Quick-drying paint works on metal, pottery, wood, glass and more
  • Leaves a glossy and opaque mark perfect for craft projects
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About This Product

Oil-Based Paint Markers from Sharpie are permanent, valve-action paint markers. Practically any surface, including metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic and stone, can be marked upon. The quick-drying ink is opaque and glossy on light or dark surfaces.

Highlights

  • Specially formulated to be fade, water and abrasion resistant and to leave a long-lasting durable mark
  • Package includes 1 bold-point, white marker
  • Ideal for arts and crafts projects as well as industrial applications
  • AP certified and Xylene free formula
  • Can be used on light or dark surfaces
  • Paint is oil based
  • Ink will dry rapidly
  • Easy to use
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Product Information

Internet # 203599976

Model # 35235PP

Store SKU # 576166

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Specifications

Product Length (in.): 7.625 in

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)

7.625 in

Details

Applicator use

Broadwall

Color/Finish

White

Craft Product Type

Markers

Ink Color

White

Kit

No

Number of Pieces Included

1

Project Type

Coloring/Drawing

Returnable

90-Day

Washable

No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

If you are not completely satisfied with our product, simply return it for a replacement or full refund; in the United States, return to: Newell Rubbermaid Office Products, 2707 Butterfield Rd, Oak Brook, IL 60523, Attn: Consumer Affairs

Questions & Answers

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caret
Q:Can this be used on white melamine
by|Jun 7, 2024
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Q:Can your oil-base paint pen be used to touch up outside concrete lettering.
by|Feb 23, 2024
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A:  Hi Rick. Our Sharpie Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Markers mark virtually any surface, including metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic, and stone . Since it can mark on stone, it is possible it may work just fine on concrete. If you have any more questions, please reach out to us via our Contact Us form on our website. We’re available Mon.-Fri. 9am - 5pm Eastern Time. Thank you! Sharpie® Consumer Care

by|Mar 8, 2024
    caret
    Q:Can this be used to cover up scratch marks on the front a washing machine?
    by|Feb 20, 2023
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    A:  No.

    by|Apr 15, 2024
      caret
      Q:Can this work on a car scratch that is white?
      by|Jan 3, 2023
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      Customer Reviews

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      • 4.1 out of 115 reviews
      • 75% recommend this product
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      Oil markers!
      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I absolutely love your oil based markers along with everything you make! I am an artist who paints on canvas and wood with the mixed medium of acrylic and watercolor and I use your markers to finish my painting and make them pop! Thank you sharpie!!!!!
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        Adidas Ultraboost/NMD owners look!!!
        The oil based Sharpie pen refreshes the yellow, stained, and oxidized Adidas boost bottomed sneakers. Just clean the boost midsole well with soapy water, dry, and apply 1-2 coats with this marker. It is absolute magic and makes the shoes look brand new again! See the before and after photos. Note, you MUST use the oil based marker as the water based will dry, crack and peel with movement over time.
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          It's an ok product, but not the greatest. It's a little tricky to figure it out... the felt tip i...
          It's an ok product, but not the greatest. It's a little tricky to figure it out... the felt tip is spring loaded, so when you push it down hard the felt tip retracts a little up into the pen... this action is what gets the paint flowing. But it does take quite a while for the paint to start flowing into the tip. It does drip pretty easily, so you have to watch out for the drips. Also, it's oil-based paint, if that's what you're looking for. I still prefer using a small brush and some normal paint from a can.
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          The tip falls off when using it.
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          Used to label trash bins with food pantry name and address. White very visible on black. A quick finger wipe indicates this product will not smear.
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          Doesn't work, probably all dried up inside. Nothing comes out, not a drop.
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          It leaked right out of the package. I'm returning it
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