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Crayola® Ultra-Clean Washable Color Markers, Broad Tip, Assorted Classic Colors, Box Of 8
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Crayola® Ultra-Clean Washable Color Markers, Broad Tip, Assorted Classic Colors, Box Of 8

Item # 502336
Wash off skin and clothes easily without sacrificing color intensity
  • Color inks simply rinse or wipe off most children's skin with no soap or scrubbing.
  • Quick-drying, low-mess ink reduces smearing and bleed-through.
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Wash off skin and clothes easily without sacrificing color intensity
  • Color inks simply rinse or wipe off most children's skin with no soap or scrubbing. 
  • Quick-drying, low-mess ink reduces smearing and bleed-through. 
  • Easily washes from hands, faces, clothes and now printed surfaces. 
  • Classic colors are red, orange, yellow, blue, green, violet, brown and black. 
  • Certified AP nontoxic. 
  • Conforms to ASTM D-4236. 

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Item # 502336 
Manufacturer # 58-7808  
ink color Black; Blue; Brown; Green; Orange; Red; Yellow; Violet
point type conical
washable yes
quantity 8
odorless no
brand name Crayola
manufacturer Crayola
Ecolabel Certified AP Nontoxic

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Crayola� Ultra-Clean Washable Color Markers, Broad Tip, Assorted Classic Colors, Box Of 8 3 5 1 1
Markers should match caps I am a preschool teacher. I was very disappointed when Crayola changed the markers to ALL black plastic with a tiny color word printed on the side. How are preschoolers supposed to place the correct colored cap back on?? They don't. Older students that are unable to read would also find this to be a challenge. Several times I have started drawing with the wrong color (because I expected the marker to be the color of the cap) and it is frustrating. I think Crayola needs to re-examine how well their products allign with developmental stages and bring back the white/colored markers. It may be more costly to manufacture, but it is better for children. When I spend my money on Crayola, I expect better quality than this. October 16, 2012
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