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Posca Paint Pen 2.2-2.8 mm (PX20)

    Description

    The Posca Paint Marker is the best quality oil-based paint marker, suitable for many surfaces such as; epoxy resin, glass, paper, ceramic, stones, plastic or metal.

    The tip of this pen is narrow (2.2 to 2.8 mm) and therefore very suitable for smaller surfaces. The tip is conical (normal). With this marker you can make very precise and detailed drawings and write texts on epoxy, stones, paper, etc.

    Tested as the best! Our experts tested various markers and this brand of paint marker came out on top for epoxy resin and stones, because this paint marker gives a very nice opaque paint effect .

    Tip: are you looking for a paint marker with a thick tip to color large surfaces? Then view our Posca Paint Marker pens from 4 mm to 8.5 mm.

    Advantages of Posca Markers

    • One of the best European brands
    • The tip is 2.8 mm at its widest and 2.2 mm at its narrowest
    • This uniball paint marker is an oil-based paint marker
    • The marker is suitable for many surfaces such as; epoxy resin, glass, paper, ceramic, stones, plastic or metal
    • Best marker with the best result for epoxy resin coaster edges
    • The markers can also be easily combined with, for example, the Uni Chalk Marker or the Edding Chalk Marker
    • The pigment-containing ink is water-based and odorless

    Instructions for use Posca marker

    Step 1: Shake the pen
    Shake the marker firmly upside down with the cap closed to allow the ball to homogenize the color. While shaking you will hear that typical 'click'.

    Step 2: put the pen into use
    Press the tip of the marker onto a sheet of paper several times until the tip is thoroughly soaked with paint. Make a line and test whether the marker gives the desired effect. If so, you can start with your artwork. If you are going to paint on epoxy resin or stones, always make several layers. Allow one layer to dry and then apply a final layer. If necessary, finish with a varnish or transparent lacquer.

    Step 3: during use
    If the color decreases while working with the marker, you can shake the marker again. opacity decreases while designing, shake the capped marker again.

    Step 4: cleaning
    If you want, you can clean the tip with water. If the tip has become very dry, you can also soak it in water. After use, store the marker preferably horizontally, so that the paint runs downwards.

    Posca Paint Pen 2.2-2.8 mm (PX20)

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      4,95

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        Description

        The Posca Paint Marker is the best quality oil-based paint marker, suitable for many surfaces such as; epoxy resin, glass, paper, ceramic, stones, plastic or metal.

        The tip of this pen is narrow (2.2 to 2.8 mm) and therefore very suitable for smaller surfaces. The tip is conical (normal). With this marker you can make very precise and detailed drawings and write texts on epoxy, stones, paper, etc.

        Tested as the best! Our experts tested various markers and this brand of paint marker came out on top for epoxy resin and stones, because this paint marker gives a very nice opaque paint effect .

        Tip: are you looking for a paint marker with a thick tip to color large surfaces? Then view our Posca Paint Marker pens from 4 mm to 8.5 mm.

        Advantages of Posca Markers

        • One of the best European brands
        • The tip is 2.8 mm at its widest and 2.2 mm at its narrowest
        • This uniball paint marker is an oil-based paint marker
        • The marker is suitable for many surfaces such as; epoxy resin, glass, paper, ceramic, stones, plastic or metal
        • Best marker with the best result for epoxy resin coaster edges
        • The markers can also be easily combined with, for example, the Uni Chalk Marker or the Edding Chalk Marker
        • The pigment-containing ink is water-based and odorless

        Instructions for use Posca marker

        Step 1: Shake the pen
        Shake the marker firmly upside down with the cap closed to allow the ball to homogenize the color. While shaking you will hear that typical 'click'.

        Step 2: put the pen into use
        Press the tip of the marker onto a sheet of paper several times until the tip is thoroughly soaked with paint. Make a line and test whether the marker gives the desired effect. If so, you can start with your artwork. If you are going to paint on epoxy resin or stones, always make several layers. Allow one layer to dry and then apply a final layer. If necessary, finish with a varnish or transparent lacquer.

        Step 3: during use
        If the color decreases while working with the marker, you can shake the marker again. opacity decreases while designing, shake the capped marker again.

        Step 4: cleaning
        If you want, you can clean the tip with water. If the tip has become very dry, you can also soak it in water. After use, store the marker preferably horizontally, so that the paint runs downwards.

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