Markal Valve Action® Paint Marker (Black) (MKL96823)

Markal Valve Action® Paint Marker (Black) (MKL96823)

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Valve Action is a fast-drying liquid paint marker that provides long-lasting, wear- and weather-resistant marks that are safe for almost any surface. As the most versatile liquid paint marker in the world, the xylene-free paint reduces user health risks and is available in 18 bold and fluorescent colors for accurate mark identification.

These markers are sold individually

Features
• 14 standard and 4 fluorescent colors for improved mark identification, quality control, and parts inspection
• Fast-drying, permanent paint for immediate handling reduces work downtime
• Xylene-free paint reduces user health risks and eliminates California Proposition 65, EPA HAPS and SARA 313 concerns in the U.S.A.
• Dura-Nib medium bullet tip resists wear to provide long marking life
• Durable metal barrel and clip-cap reduce breakage and store easily in pocket
• Marking range: -50°F to 150°F (-46°C to 66°C)
• Made in U.S.A.

Surface Uses
• Steel and iron
• Plastic
• Glass
• Pipes and tubes
• Rubber and tires
• Cloth and fabric (textiles)

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