Sharpie Oil-Based Medium Point Paint…

$20.00 $11.67

Set of 5 Fashion Colored Paint Markers includes 1 each of Aqua, Lime, Orange, Pink and Purple
Permanent, oil-based opaque, valve-action paint marker
Marks on virtually any surface: metal, pottery, wood, rubber, glass, plastic, stone
Quick drying ink marks opaque and glossy on light or dark surfaces
AP Certified and Xylene free

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Perfect for arts and crafts projects and industrial applications.


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10 Reviews from Amazon

  1. 5 out of 5

    Loved these for making mugs! |
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    I used these to decorate mugs for Xmas gifts and they were a huge hit! If you are planning to use these for mugs I would recommend wiping the mugs with alcohol before painting. Then let them dry for 1-2 days(I did two and haven't had any fading issues with hand washing.) Don't wait longer than that. I had some left for a week and the designs wiped right off after I baked them. Next, put the mugs in the oven then turn the oven on to 350°(too hot will warp the color and the gold will look more bronze). When the oven reaches 350° leave the mugs in for an additional 30 minutes. Leave them in the oven overnight or until cool to touch. Wait 72 hours before use and make sure you wash them before use. Just a simple hand wash.
  2. 4 out of 5

    Painstakingly researched, artist review of Paint pens. |
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    We just have to accept this hard truth: There is no such thing as a "perfect" paint pen. They can clogged up, they can leak, sometimes they don't last long and sometimes they seem to last forever. That being said :) here's a 2-cent opinion from someone who has tried them all. --Sharpie brand pens are my top choice. --Sharpie water-based pens seem to have fewer problems than Sharpie oil-based pens. --Sharpie Poster-Paint pens, especially in extra-fine tip, are my top choice, but if you need oil-based pens, these are your best choice. On a side note: Who knew purchasing paint pens could be so challenging? It's nearly impossible to get all the listings in one search due to Amazon's search engine. No matter how general or specific you search, different choices will show up and disappear. I suggest simply searching for paint pens, then filtering brand to BOTH Sharpie and Sanford for the best results.
  3. 5 out of 5

    Exceptional build quality!!!! |
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    I usually do not write reviews, mainly because I'm lazy. I have been using these pens for a couple of months and the work great. I work in manufacturing and I use these pens for writing on metal parts. They do a great job of writing in both raw metal and painted surfaces, even with dirt and oil present. The color is bright and noticeable, and the flow is consistent (as long as you keep the cap on while not in use) it drys quickly and does not easily come off. But the real reason that I'm writing this review, is because I just pulled the black marker out of the washer, which was full of my clothes and my dry-fit shirts. The cap stayed on during the entire washing cycle and not one drop of ink was spilled!!! I'm sure this is not a feature that Sharpie designed, but as usual, products that are well built surpass the manufactures claims in surprising ways. p.s. if you ever leave the pen uncapped, just dip the tip on a little bit of alcohol (I usually use a water bottle cap) until the flow resumes and the alcohol turns the color of the pen!!!
  4. 4 out of 5

    Fun for Decorating Glass |
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    I saw this thing about decorating wine glasses on Pinterest and decided to do it for a bridal shower I was hosting. These made it really easy. The markers make it really easy to make designs and get creative. The colors are a little more neon than I expected. Also, occasionally they would go a little dry and so I would press hard to get the paint out, which then had it dribbling down and making a mess. I would wipe it off quick and no one knew the difference, but still a pain. The glasses were a hit (I'll put a couple photos up in customer images). I did bake them in the oven for a short amount of time as instructed and they held a few washings. The one I kept for myself is now getting a little...weird. It was a polka dot one, and the dots are starting to move and my husband is concerned that I am drinking the oil paint dots. His concern is probably valid, it has half the dots it used to. Oh, and that is with hand washing. Dishwashing these bad boys is a lose half the paint and the rest is faint and water-spotted. Anyway, I know it sounds like a lot of concerns, but it really was awesome and a big hit. These made it incredibly easy (each one done within 10 minutes) and I would happily do it again. (Oh, and I am sure these are good with other projects too.)
  5. 5 out of 5

    perfect for crafts |

    I was looking to make a Cookies for Santa plate for my niece and nephew and googled the best product to use to ensure it lasted. I have done things with glass and it washed off no matter what I did or who I spoke to at Michael's so I was very hesitant to try another project like this. My Google search led me to a brand Pedro and said Michaels carries them (they do not). After an hour of searching for products the salesperson recommended these markers. I used them on a dollar store plate, mug and cup (all ceramic) put them in a cool oven set to 350 for 30 min and hoped for the best. They came out looking great and I hand washed one and tried scraping the marker off with my nail but it stayed! So far so good. This may be just what your looking for if you are into crafting.
  6. 5 out of 5

    sharpie mug project |
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    these markers work great for decorating mugs for gifts as seen on pintrest! i made the mugs and the design survived the dishwasher!
  7. 5 out of 5


    SHORT AND SWEET: these do not leak all over and Sakura's do. All paint pens dry fast or the tip gets dry from paint on it, like an uncleaned brush. Try a dab of paint thinner on the tip before capping. These work well. Forget Sakura's.
  8. 5 out of 5

    Great paint pens - work exactly as paint pens should |
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    These are great. The coverage is good, they dry quickly and work well on surfaces on which writing is usually difficult. As with ALL paint pens, you do have to press down the marker to get the paint flowing. That how it is supposed to work.
  9. 4 out of 5

    Paint pens for furniture, fantastic! |

    These pens are tricky, not going to lie. But they work amazingly well for certain projects involving hard surfaces. Softer surfaces the tip can't depress fully, therefore not doing its intended job. If you understand this, then it will work great for you. It is not a marker, the tip needs to be depressed into the canister to soak up the paint. Shake it well, like all paints this is a necessary step. For those comparing that it doesn't work for their fabric projects, it is NOT a fabric paint, don't buy it if you think it is. That's what they make fabric paint for. I refinish, antique and design a lot of furniture and large industrial art pieces, so everything I use it on is hard surfaced. This is where it really shines. The only problems I've had with them is sometimes you have to shake them for quite awhile, or depress the tip longer on certain ones. They do not all act the same.
  10. 5 out of 5

    I use these in place of name tags in my classroom |
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    these markers are great for writing the kids names' on their desks, it doesn't come off when you wash the desk. It will come off if you use a dry earse marker and wipe it off.