These black dry erase board markers have a comfortable grip and a fine point that will underscore your attention to detail.
If your brand focuses on helping your clients execute a plan, not just define it, the fine tip and rubberized grip on these black dry erase board markers will support your message.
Imprint your logo in the color of your choice and hand them out at seminars, trade shows, training sessions, and client kick-off meetings. These are also the right size and price to include in a direct mail campaign focused on your ability to both brainstorm the plan and also detail the executing as well.
- Works on dry erase boards, glass, and most non-porous surfaces suitable for note taking in a group setting.
- Grip is rubberized for comfort and control.
- Durable, fine point allows smaller writing and drawing.
- Black ink is low odor and easily erases with a dry cloth, tissue, or felt eraser.
- Marker barrel is white with a black cap and grip.
- We silkscreen your logo in the color of your choice on the barrel of the marker.
How can I get a dry erase marker stain out of clothes?
To remove the dry erase ink stain you’re going to use rubbing alcohol to transfer the ink from the piece of stained clothing to a sponge or absorbent towel you place underneath it. First apply rubbing alcohol to the sponge. Then, with the stain side of the clothes facing up, dab the sponge around the stain from underneath the clothing. In other words, come at the stain from the inside of the clothing, not the outside. Next, dab the sponge directly on the stain rather than around it. As before, apply the sponge from underneath the stain, not on top. Repeat until the sponge has successfully absorbed the stain from the clothing. Hopefully you’ll have no accidents with the black dry erase board markers featured here, but if so, you’ll be prepared.
How do I get Sharpie permanent marker off of a whiteboard?
You’re going to use a dry erase marker, like the whiteboard marker by Bic featured here, to pull the permanent marker ink off the whiteboard. First, draw completely over the permanent marker with the dry erase marker (like you’re redacting copy in a classified document). Next, while the dry erase marker ink is still damp, wipe it with a dry marker eraser, tissue, or cloth. Repeat until permanent marker stain is gone.
How do I make dry erase board markers work again?
To rejuvenate dry erase board markers, take the caps off and place the markers, tip side down, in a small container with enough hot water at the bottom to cover the tips. The container may stain. Let the markers sit for 5 minutes. Then let them dry, flat and uncapped, for 24 hours. You could include these instructions along with the whiteboard marker by Bic featured here, as part of a direct mail piece or convention giveaway.