No more dirty hands, dust or cough, these chalk pens are the ideal alternative to traditional chalk!
Stationery Island chalk pens W30 pack of 8 colours: pink, purple, light blue, white, green, yellow, orange and red. The ideal choice to add a splash of colour into your everyday life
Explore your creativity – Stationery Island chalk markers are the simple, hassle free and fun way to create beautiful big designs and block lettering. Write anywhere on windows, metal, ceramics and simply wipe clean in a jiffy with a wet cloth
How to use the chalk pens? For your first use, shake the chalk pen firmly for 10 seconds. Press the nib repeatedly up and down for 15 seconds, keep pumping until ink has fully covered the nib.
✎IMPORTANT PLEASE READ✎ Many chalkboards are porous so always test your chalk marker on a small section of your surface first. Wait two minutes then erase with a wet cloth. If a mark is left, your surface is porous and ink may be permanent
What is a non-porous surface? A non-porous surface is any surface that does not allow air or water to pass through it. Using liquid chalk on porous surfaces makes the liquid chalk pens harder to erase. Always check your surface is non-porous before using chalk markers
Non Toxic – Safe, low odour & non-toxic formula. European safety standard En71 compliant
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BETTER THAN CHALK – Stationery Island’s long lasting liquid chalk pens give a crisp, matt look to your A-boards & displays. Move from chalk to chalkboard pens for a professional look
FINE NIB – Our unrivalled fine bullet nib offers an excellent smooth writing experience & the ability to draw stunning detail. Stationery Island’s bespoke nib is not available with any other chalk pen
VIBRANT COLOURS – Our chalk pens come in a brilliant range of 8 vivid colours that will breathe real life into your artwork. Create a great eye-catching impression anywhere, on glass, ceramic and metal
ERASE WITH EASE – Our liquid chalk markers make cleanup a breeze. Once dry, the ink can easily be wiped off with a wet cloth from any NON-POROUS surface. Always test on a small area of your surface first