Fine Line Water Erasable Marking Pen
Pin-point tip makes a very fine, thin, bright blue line ideal for drawing a temporary line on fabric while sewing, quilting, embroidery, and more. Lines are easily removed with plain water: saturate the marks with water by either spraying or soaking. Spritz the marks rather than rub them, as rubbing can imbed the ink deep in the fibers. Blot the water off the fabric with an absorbent paper towel or cloth. It is recommended to test pen on a spare piece of fabric before using so that you can be sure the marks remove thoroughly. Ironing over marks may cause the ink to penetrate deeper into the fibers so that the ink is more difficult to remove. Excessive heat may cause the marks to set. Marking pens perform differently on various fabrics. Some fiber contents, fabric finishes or dyes (red and pink in particular) may not be suitable for use with the marking pens. Fabrics that are subject to a lot of handling may retain hand oil inhibiting the ease of ink removal. Marks must be completely removed with plain water before laundering: some laundry products containing sodium hydroxide or sodium carbonate may “set” the marks if they are not completely removed before laundering.