Pentel Felt Tip White Marker

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Product Number: PEN100W

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Pentel Felt Tip White Marker - White Marker draws opaque white lines on metal, glass, plastic, and almost any nonporous surface. Offers quick-drying ink and sturdy tip. Valve control device assures even flow of ink.

  • Very opaque white-ink marker.
  • Writes on metal, glass, plastic, rubber and most non-porous surfaces.
  • Available in two tip sizes.
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  • Glides Smoothly
  • Ink Applies Evenly
  • Ink Dries Quickly
  • Long Lasting Ink
  • OpaquePermanent


    Best Uses

    • Drawing
    • Painting

    Comments about Pentel Felt Tip White Marker:

    The Pentel 100w is a classic marker that I have been using and selling to my customers for years. It fit's in your pocket easily and the cap doesn't fall off like other markers. The white paint is opaque and permanent and dries quickly. The bullet nib marks just about any surface with a clean, streak-free line. The paint doesn't fade quickly like most others and the paint doesn't "blob" out onto the tip of the nib making a mess. The Pentel 100w is an all-around great marker for whatever the application is. Plus my customers love 'em as well.
    If there were any changes that I could make personally to the 100w, they would be these:
    more paint per marker-one thing with paint markers is they always seem to fill them 1/3 of the total capacity. I manufacture my own markers and I know how most other companies operate when trying to "stretch" material. The other would be to make the Pentel 100w-m available in the USA as well as Australia...the marker body is twice the length of the 100w. That is all I can think of right now. Thanks.

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      Can this be used on fabric ie cloth
      Asked on 10/9/2014 by lakilouise

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