Abrasion, heat and light-resistant
Our paint markers’ waterproof, quick-drying ink is extremely abrasion-resistant on most surfaces. The edding 750, edding 751 and edding 780 models are also very heat-resistant and can withstand temperatures of up to 400°C. The colours 005–010, 049, and 054 (yellow, orange, brown, violet, pink, light blue, white and silver) can even withstand temperatures of up to 1,000°C!
The edding paint marker is therefore the ideal tool for those in the metal-working industry. When you need to mark up oily or dusty surfaces, the edding 8750 industry paint marker is the ideal choice. The highly permanent specialist ink can withstand temperatures of up to 300°C.
How to use a paint marker
Pump the paint markers correctly
Our edding paint markers work using a pump system, meaning that the markers have to be activated as follows before use:
- Shake well with the cap on.
- Remove the cap.
- Slowly press the tip down onto a test surface.
- Repeat the first three steps four to five times.
- When enough ink has flowed into the tip, you can start using the paint marker.
See how it's done in the video!
Replacement parts for edding paint markers
During use, even our most durable markers eventually succumb to dust, rough surfaces or abrasions. When this happens, you can replace the marker tip, thus prolonging the life of your paint marker. Simply pull out the tip with pliers and insert the matching edding replacement tip.
Getting creative with gloss paint markers
If you love to get creative and enjoy home decoration, you’ll love our gloss paint markers. Their opaque, paint-like ink provides glossy results on almost every material. The possibilities are endless, from creating greeting cards and decorating jam jars, to beautifying decor items made from metal, plastic and more. The gloss paint markers are also available in a wide range of colours!