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Uses for Permanent Markers

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Besides marking many things, these pens can be helpful in a variety of ways. This is a page about uses for permanent markers.


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November 25, 20043 found this helpful

I had a black lamp that got chipped when we moved it. I just colored the chip in with a black Magic Marker. I did the same thing with my coffee table using a brown marker. On my colored wall, I patched a hole with toothpaste and baking soda, then color matched it with magic marker. Same thing with my black leather sofa. It had a small scuff in the side and a marker covered the scuff.

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August 24, 2009

Try using Sharpies instead of markers, they don't rub off or smudge like markers do. (I have tried markers on plastic for another craft project). Sharpies have a lot of colors. They come in two types of tips, one is thin and the other is thick (the original one that they had the first time I used them for that craft).

By sandra brannan from Norristown, PA

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