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Accurate marks on any material

comments (0) April 16th, 2010 in Blogs
JFink Justin Fink, Senior Editor

Video Length: 2:58
Produced by: John Ross


On some materials - glass, tile, metal, and PVC for instance - a carpenters pencil just won't cut it. Luckily, there are other options for leaving a mark on those hard-to-write surfaces. You'll find some of these pens, pencils, and markers at your local homecenter, but I'd also recommend a trip to the art supply store. There you will find marking solutions for all sorts of surfaces.


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