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Make writing on vinyl chalkboard tags and labels easy with this chalk marker. Chalk "ink" glides on smoothly and is easily "erased" by using a damp cloth.

Uchida Bistro Chalk Markers are great to use on chalk board, dry erase boards, light boards, windows and windshields. The opaque, water based, pigmented formula is erasable with a damp cloth. You can make an eye catching display with these beautiful colors, or choose fluorescent colors and watch them glow under an ultra violet light. Store in a horizontal position when not in use and make sure cap snaps on securely. - 6mm bullet tip and Fine Tip

Made by Marvy Uchida. Pen is factory sealed. Color: white.
Markers come in the following colors:
Fluorescent Red
Fluorescent Green
Fluorescent Yellow
Fluorescent Orange
Fluorescent Violet
Fluorescent Pink
Fluorescent Light Blue

More chalkboard surfaces here:

Helpful information from the manufacture's website:
Tips: Test on a small area first. Results may vary depending on surface type.
Q: Why do I have to season my chalkboard?
A: Seasoning your chalkboard will fill in the porous spaces and coat the absorbent areas of the board. Residual images from Chalk or chalk ink will be much less when board is seasoned.
Q: How do I season my chalkboard?
A: Take chalk or a chalk marker and rub it all over the chalk board. Then wipe it off with a chalkboard eraser for chalk or a slightly damp cloth for chalk marker ink. With chalk marker ink, let it completely dry. Then wipe it off with a damp cloth. Your surface is now ready to write on.
Q: How do you remove Chalk Markers from a chalkboard?
A: Here are a few techniques for removing Chalk marker inks.
Take a damp cloth and wipe it off.
If your chalkboard is porous, then take a wet sponge and wipe it off. Make sure to saturate the area so that the liquid goes into the pores. Then wipe off. It may take several attempts.
You can use a window cleaner and cloth to remove chalk marker writing.
Try using a damp melamine sponge to remove it. Then wipe it off with a damp cloth.
Try seasoning your chalkboard again (see "How do I season my chalkboard"). This should lessen the residual image.
Q: What type of surface can I use Bistro Chalk Markers on?
A: Non-porous, nonabsorbent smooth surfaces are recommended. For example whiteboard, light board, glass, metal, plastic, glazed ceramic, chalkboard labels, and seasoned chalkboards.

Avoid using it on chalkboard paint painted chalkboards. They tend to be more porous and absorbent and would be a little difficult for removing the chalk marker ink from it.
Q: I tried everything to remove the chalk marker ink from my chalkboard. It does not completely come off. There is still residual image of it on the chalk board. What do I do next?
A: The surface of the chalkboard must have been porous or absorbent. Most likely you will have to repaint the surface with chalkboard paint.
Q: There is a slight residual image on my chalkboard?
A: A slight residual image is normal. Try seasoning the board with chalk or chalk marker. With use the residual image will gradually blend in.

White Chalkboard Markers- White Chalk Pen-Bistro Chalk Marker for writing on Vinyl Chalkboard

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