A permanent marker or indelible marker is a type of marker pen that is used to create permanent or semi-permanent writing on an object. In general, the ink comprises a main carrier solvent, a glyceride, a pyrrolidone, a resin and a colorant, making it water resistant. It is capable of writing on a variety of surfaces from paper to metal to stone. They come in a variety of tip sizes (ultra fine to wide), shapes (chisel point, bullet tip, and wide bristle), and colors (metallic, or ultraviolet reactive). Like spray paint, these markers contain volatile organic compounds which evaporate to dry the ink. Due to compounds such as toluene and xylene often being present in permanent markers, they have a potential for abuse as a recreational drug.
Art Marker Pen features a fine nylon brush tip for a truly beautiful application, and colour can be applied as accurately or freely as you wish, as you can work it with water afterwards to achieve amazing blended results!
Whiteboard Markers are non-permanent markers and use erasable inks that adhere to the writing surface without binding to or being absorbed by them.
Liquid Chalk Marker are a legendary blend of old-fashioned chalk and modern markers. They are made to be used just like paint pens but instead of producing paint, the liquid dries to look just like chalk.
When used for acrylic painting, acrylic paint pens can help with adding highlights, lines, fine details, and text to paintings. They are great for use in abstract art, pop art, and graphic design art projects too! They can be used not only on canvas but also on wood, glass, ceramics, furniture, metal, paper, foam board, rocks, and even vinyl too!
A fabric marker contains permanent color (dye, paint or ink) that is designed to not wash out of clothing or fade with washing. A regular marker pen labeled "permanent" will likely not wash out either, but these don't come in as many colors as fabric markers do.