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WASHABLE BROADLINE MARKERS 20 COUNT

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WASHABLE BROADLINE MARKERS 20 COUNT, by Crayola

 

Recommended for ages 4 and up

 

Kids love to get creative with color, but parents want to keep the color where it belongs and easily remove it where it doesn't! Crayola Ultra Clean Broad Line Markers now have an improved Ultra Clean washable formula and come in true, vibrant colors. These durable Broad Line Markers are ideal for writing, drawing, or coloring in large areas. This special pack includes both Classic and Bold color assortments. That’s over 20 markers in all!

 

Product features:

  • Crayola 20-count markers--includes both Classic and Bold color assortments
  • Crayola markers offer true, vibrant colors
  • Broad line tip deliver thick precise lines or large swaths of color
  • Crayola Ultra-clean markers offer superior washability--even from walls!
  • For home or school use
  • Great for arts and craft projects
  • Colors are consistent from marker to marker with full color intensity and clear identifiable hues
  • Lays down more ink with every stroke, providing superior, smooth coverage without scratching or squeaking
  • Crayola markers are long-lasting, with more ink than most competitors
  • Colors won't bleed through most paper
  • Conical Tip writes at any angle
  • Caps identify color of ink and color name is printed on barrel
  • Crayola markers can be revived if cap is left off
  • Extended and ventilated caps for safety
  • Product dimensions: 1.44 x 6.38 x 6.75 inches
  • Not suitable for children under age 3 years!
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