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Use these versatile markers to decorate and embellish a variety of surfaces with personality and style!
Pen-Touch Paint Markers feature archival-quality ink that is chemically stable, waterproof, fade-resistant, low-odor, and xylene-free. Paint flows from the chamber directly to the tip of the marker. A quick shake before writing mixes the color.
The ink adheres permanently to most surfaces, including glass, wood, porcelain, plastic, paper, and metal.
Set of 3, Extra Fine Tip, Metallic
This set contains three metallic markers with an extra-fine 0.7 mm tip, including one each of Copper, Gold, and Silver.
Set of 3, Fine Tip, Metallic
This set contains three metallic markers with a fine 1.0 mm tip, including one each of Copper, Gold, and Silver.
Set of 5, Medium Tip, Assorted Colors
This set contains five markers with a medium 2.0 mm tip, including one each of Blue, Green, Purple, Red, and Yellow.
Set of 5, Medium Tip, Metallic
This set contains five metallic markers with a medium 2.0 mm tip, including one each of Black, Copper, Gold, Silver, and White.
Set of 7, Fine Tip, Assorted Colors
This set contains seven markers with a fine 1.0 mm tip, including one each of Black, Blue, Green, Purple, Red, White, and Yellow.
This marker draws a white opaque line on dark surfaces. It is most opaque on non-porous surfaces or coated paper stock. The special ink formula is free-flowing, so it won't clog the nib. The ink is quick drying and permanent on most surfaces.
® Sakura is a registered trademark.
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Sakura Paint Markers (Copper,Silver,Gold)
from Middlebury, VT
Comments about Sakura Pen-Touch Paint Markers:
I'm using the Paint Markers on my galvanized tin plant markers outside. The Sharpie I'd used previously does not hold up to weather and I think the Sakura's will work more like paint. It was easy to get them flowing and easy to print my plant names.You are advised on the box to store them horizontally and I hope I can remember to do this. Otherwise, pretty sure there'd eventually be leaking.But, so far, so good and I am very happy with them. No complaints. The price was great!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from San jose ca
I use these pens to write on my paintings, love them. Everything flows perfect.
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Wonderfully versatile markers
from South Colby, WA
These pens are awesome. The only complaint I have is that they are supposedly "extra fine", but they seem to be quite thick. I had hoped to be able to draw very fine lines, but it's not easy to do so with these. But they look amazing on dark papers or used over solid black ink.
I just had to write a review for these. I purchased the Gold extra fine point pen. It took a couple minutes to get it working but as long as you are careful with paint pens and don't press them too long you won't have the issue of ink flowing all over the place. So be patient and careful when starting these pens.Otherwise you don't need to really put any pressure when writing (and I recommend you don't) because the ink flows wonderfully out of this. It is also a pretty shimmery gold color.
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These pens are messy. The paint tip comes out without any effort and the paint pours all over the place. If you put any pressure on the tip while writing, paint squirts out all over you work. Even when you can get them not to leak, the "Extra Fine" tips are anything but. Just all around useless and messy.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We’re sorry to hear that these pens have been a source of frustration for you. Paint markers all use a similar valve or “pump” style, and we understand that it can be a less-than-perfect delivery system, requiring practice and a steady hand. If you’d like some tips on using these markers to their best advantage, please feel welcome to reach out to our Product Information Team. Product Specialists are available Monday through Friday, 8am to 5:30pm CST at 1-800-933-2542, or you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. They’re happy to assist you!
Best White Opaque Ink Markers around!
from Seaside, OR
I'm an illustrator and many times I use these markers. The flow is consistent, the construction resists clogging, excellent price, opaque quality is great. I don't work without them!
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2 Tips: 2.0mm Medium & 0.7mm Extra Fine
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I would buy this pen again.
By Happy Artist
from Bonners Ferry, ID
I use this pen on my picture frames for my paintings. The gold paint covers very well and adds a little sparkle to home made frame's. I will buy again.
Perfect pens for navy blue wedding invitation envelopes
from Denver, CO
True copper color and neat fine tip. Excellent value, and my purchase arrived quickly and in very safe packaging. I'm very happy with these pens and will buy more if this isn't enough to address all of our wedding invitation envelopes!
Smooth as silk, hard as rock
from Potomac, MD
These liquid pens really do write on anything (I'm using them on aluminum photographic prints, which have a metallic, glass-like or enameled surface) and they dry pretty quickly to a very hard finish. Works just as beautifully on glossy or matte surfaced aluminum prints. Yes, with a chisel you gan get the dried ink off the metal/glass/enameled surface, but you really have to work at it. For all other ordinary contact, they seem to be as durable as possible. I especially like the white, as it truly is opaque. And the application is a really smooth one, so writing in reasonably fast strokes maintains the continuous line with appropriate flow and weighting. The 2.00mm pens seem a bit thick for my use, but the 1.00 mm pens are fine. Perhaps an ultra-fine (< =0.5 mm) pen will be available sometime, as sometimes I like to write very small.
Everything I needed. Thanks for the help in finding them.
from Honolulu Hawaii
I use the pen to draw my cut lines on glass pieces & then cut on a water fed diamond blade saw to cut inside curves
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