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Product description

Size:80 colors

Oil-based markers (oil-based inks) can be used in a wide range of applications, can be painted on plastics or metals, and are widely used for their excellent quick-drying and water-resistance after drying.Our oil-based marker has good water and light resistance after drying.

JUST DO YOUR ART
Children can use colorful markers to draw their favorite paintings, or do some DIY activities.You can increase the bond between parents and children through DIY activities.DIY activities are great ideas if you want to participate in a happy family activity.This can not only exercise the child's imagination and creativity, but also improve the child's hand-eye response, develop the child's cognitive ability and imitation ability.
Adults can relieve the stress of work and life. It is suitable for both art majors and amateurs who need work.Because it is oily color pencil hardness is appropriate, easy to operate, beginners are also easy to handle.
Otherwize, the black storage bag is easy to tidy up and carry.

SPECIFICATIONS
Color : 80
Nib: Thick and thin
Type of ink: alcohol

WHAT'S ALL INCLUDED"br" 80 colors markers set "br""b"+ 1 black hook line pen (for free) "br""b"+ 1 white fluorescent pen (for free)"br"1 Sketchbook"br" A color card"br""br""b"TIPS"br" 1. Different air pressure inside and outside is the cause of ink leakage. Please take out the cap carefully when using."br" 2. After use, please tighten the cap and place it horizontally."br" 3. Please make sure the cap is closed tightly. If the cap is not closed, the nib will become dry, sometimes it can't works.

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