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1/3 oz Enamel Paint Marker Gloss Black

This is a 1/3 oz Enamel Paint Marker Gloss Black by Testors.

Testors 1/3 oz Enamel Paint Marker Gloss Black Hobby Paint Marker #2547c
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  • Testors Product Number: 2547C
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"great for touch ups"
Felgenhauer98
I use this paint marker for touch ups. The ease of it is perfect for that. The tip is soft so it will not hand a lot of complete painting unless you buy more tips to replace the unraveled one.. be sure to keep them stored in a tip down position too!

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Features

  • Can be used for
  • Models: Ceramic, Plastic, Leather
  • Household: Stone, Metal, Styrofoam
  • Crafts: Wax, Glass, Paper
  • Figures: Fabric, Wood
  • Not recommended for: vinyl, polyethylene, polypropylene plastics, or lexan.
  • All-purpose marker contains no lead and has a tip designed for fine- line painting or painting larger areas.
  • Marker is carded and packaged for clear visibility, with Black color on front.

Specs

  • Testors Product Number: 2547C

Includes

One 1/3 oz (10 mL) Enamel Gloss Black Paint Marker


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Lung and skin protection
  • Thinner (TESR2148)
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"I like it"
justplaincrazy2002
Does good on line detail and for fast touch ups. Can use to pain with some but wouldn't suggest using them unless you get a few .

 
"Use All The Time"
Undercover (Rogersville, MO)
Our company uses these frequently for fixing small blems in material.

 
"Good for some detail work"
hertzing97
I like to use these markers on doing trim, or other things. it's a lot cheaper than buying paint to do those small things. all you have to do is mask of the area you want, and run over it a few times with this pen... Ta-Da! It's done! I also use these on seats in model cars, because it allows you to do an easy two tone paint job on them, without having to worry too much on paint seeping into crevices.

Comments

  • Cap removes by twisting; shake marker for 30 seconds before using and depress tip to get steady, activated flow.
  • Depress tip occassionally to maintain paint flow, and recap and shake periodically for better flow.
  • Replace cap tightly when marker is not in use.
  • If tip dries out, soak overnight in Thinner (TESR2148) or in Brush Cleaner (TESR3156).
  • CAUTION: Flammable, keep from heat and flame, use in a well- ventilated area.
  • Keep away from small children.

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