Gold Marker - Fine Point

$6.95 USD
Item# 5171
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Product Description

Write on glass for tracing patter pieces. Pen writes in a metallic ink that holds up better in water while grinding. The ink is also easily seen on dark glass. For even better results, preserve your lines with Mark Stay II (item# 50481).

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  •   shiney bright gold
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Pros : Ink flows very well and is easy to control while writing. Tip is fine enough for most projects. Great for dating or signing glass ornaments.
Cons : Dont make the same mistake I did and think you can fire with this pen and have it come out looking gold! At best it will fire black, however it is not made to be used and fused :)
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  •   Works well
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Pros : the fine point is great for numbering small pieces, the gold is a good contrast on dark glass
Cons : I was shaking it per the instructions and ink splattered out
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