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edding 751 Paint Marker

edding 751 Paint Marker

Regular price $2.89 USD
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edding
paint marker 750/751/780
creative gloss paint marker 750/751/753/780

creative matt paint marker 4000
/4040
industry paint marker 8750

industry painter 950

These markers hold industrial-quality, highly-opaque, quick-drying, low-odour, smudge-proof and waterproof paint ink with excellent visibility and wear-resistance in the most weathered and otherwise tested environments.

Selection of colours, nib sizes and finishes for a variety of domesticcommercial and industrial applications.
See listing image 2 for visual surface application index, or see below for a textual representation thereof.

Nib sizes
0.8mm: 750 (regular)780 (gloss)
1-2mm: 751 (regular)751 (gloss); 4040
1-2.5mm: 753
2-4mm: 750 (regular)750 (gloss)40008750
10mm: 950

Inks
Acrylic ink (water base): 40X0
Pigment ink (solvent base): 7XX (regular)7XX (gloss)8750
Paint paste (wax base): 950

Intended surfaces*
Paper: 40X0
Cardboard / coated paper: 7XX (regular)7XX (gloss); 40X0
Canvas: 40X0
Leather: 7XX (regular)
Rubber: 8750
Plastic: 7XX (regular)7XX (gloss); 8750
Glass: 7XX (regular)7XX (gloss); 8750
Wood: 7XX (regular)40X08750950
Wet wood: 950
Terracotta: 40X0
Stone / brick / rock: 7XX (gloss); 950
Metal: 7XX (regular)7XX (gloss); 8750950
Hot metal: 7XX (regular)950

Slightly dusty or oily surfaces: 8750
Rusty, rough and coarse surfaces: 950
Especially dark surfaces: 950
201-300°C surfaces: 7XX (regular)950
301-400°C surfaces: 7XX (regular)
401-1000°C surfaces: 7XX (regular) (colours 005-010, 049 and 054 for 750 and 751; colours 049 and 054 for 780)
Underwater clean surfaces: 950

If you have questions about any of the products in the listing or any other edding product, please contact us and we will advise you on what you need, even if we don't stock it!

* the surfaces listed against each model are those the model was designed for. these surfaces are those optimal for that model and it is likely the model will apply to other surfaces, just not optimally
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