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Crayola® Multicultural Washable Markers, Assorted Colors, Box Of 8
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Crayola® Multicultural Washable Markers, Assorted Colors, Box Of 8

Item # 950121 OfficeMax # 21404222
Specialty markers represent skin tone, hair colors and eye colors
  • Represents the diversity of our world.
  • Formulated to wash off skin and clothes easily without sacrificing color intensity.
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Specialty markers represent skin tone, hair colors and eye colors
  • Represents the diversity of our world.  Includes tan, beige, tawny, golden beige, terra cotta, mahogany and sienna.
  • Formulated to wash off skin and clothes easily without sacrificing color intensity.  Features color inks that simply rinse or wipe off most children's skin with no soap or scrubbing.
  • Quick-drying, low-mess ink reduces smearing and bleed-through. 
  • Conforms to ASTM D-4236. 
  • Certified AP nontoxic by the Art and Craft Materials Institute. 

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Item # 950121 
Manufacturer # 58-7801  
ink color Tan; Beige; Tawny; Golden Beige; Terra Cotta; Mahogany; Sienna
point type conical
washable yes
quantity 8
odorless no
brand name Crayola
manufacturer Crayola
Ecolabel Certified AP Nontoxic

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Crayola? Multicultural Washable Markers, Assorted Colors, Box Of 8 3 5 2 2
Why can't we all just get along? Worst product ever. Why do they have to be all browns? What's wrong with the regular colors? May 22, 2014
Multi Cultural Markers I was so happy to get these for my Sunday School class as we are talking about how we are alike and also different. I used these when I worked with school children and could not find them in our region. Was very happy to see them online. October 29, 2013
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