Markal B® Paintstik® Marker (Yellow) (MKL80221)

Markal B® Paintstik® Marker (Yellow) (MKL80221)

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As Markal's most versatile and economic marker, the original B Paintstik solid paint marker combines the durability of paint in the convenience of a crayon. The real paint formula has superior marking performance on oily, icy, wet, dry or cold surfaces and is weather- and UV-resistant. This Paintstik works on rough, rusty, smooth, or dirty surfaces.

These sticks are sold individually

Features
• Real paint for long-lasting, highly visible marks
• Superior marking on rough, rusty, or dirty surfaces
• Solid paint marker eliminates replacement tips, sharpening or priming, increasing productivity
• Easy-to-hold, recyclable paperboard holder protects Paintstik for maximum use
• Weather- and UV-resistant for long-lasting marks

Surface Uses
• Steel and iron
• Pipes and tubes
• Rubber and tires
• Lumber and timber
• Plastic
• Glass
• Concrete and stone

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