Silver Marker - Medium Point

$6.95 USD
Item# 5170S
Availability: Expected to be available September 21, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Use to trace patterns
  • Great for use on dark glass
  • Holds up while grinding or using a saw
  • Medium point tip is great for small, detailed lines

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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  •   Silver Marker - Med Point
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Pros : works easily on glass and wipes off just as easily
Cons : be careful not to wipe off
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Pros : Works well to mark glass for cutting or grinding. Does need to have "stay mark" over it if glass will be under running water long.
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Pros : I think this marker is what I've been looking for. As a relativly new glass artist, I find this marker to hold up well when scoring and grinding.
Cons : None realy, but, you do have to re-mark a piece to get close tolarances on pieces. Not a big deal considering the ability to stand up to my grinder.
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