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Markingpendepot Announces Paint Marker Selector

 Summary: Markingpendepot, an online distributor of paint markers announces the launch of a Paint Marker Selector guide to assist industrial manufacturers in the selection of the proper paint marker.

 

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 1st, 2008. The proliferation of paint markers has created confusion among industrial users. Users must select from various brands with little or no technical information. In some cases, markers designed to be permanent easily flake off from oils or solvents leaving users with unidentifiable parts. markingpendepot.com, an online supplier of industrial marking products simplified the selection process.


Selecting the correct paint marker.


1. Select type of mark: permanent, temporary, soap removable, or water removable.

2. Select type of marker (solid paint, felt tip, steel tip) based on the writing surface. Solid paint markers and steel tip markers work best on rough surfaces line concrete and wood, felt tip markers work best on smooth surfaces like plastic, metal, rubber, plastic.

3. Select other special consideration such as high purity/low chloride, wet surface, high temperature, etc.

4. You can find categories in the left column of our site for each of the above criteria. One you select the category, you can sort by price or manufacturer.

 

 

 

 

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