Next Generation Wrightmark Makes Life Easier For Parents, Teachers & Students
At last the obvious problems you experience with so-called dry-erase markers have been solved for you, even if you don't fall in one of the groups above.
How to prime your WrightMark dry erase markers. It's a little different from common markers.
* Have you ever put a reminder list on your refrigerator and discovered that it was not really dry-erase?
* Have you ever made a presentation that was rendered less than impressive by faint marks on the white board?
* Are you a teacher who gets pain behind your eyes from the smell of dry-erase marker ink?
* Are you a restauranteur and would like to put fluorescent menus up on a glass board lit by Ultra Violet Lighting?
Dry erase markers are available from Amazon, with its famous guarantee of satisfaction, which has solved all these drawbacks with the introduction of next-genaration washable dry-erase white board markers, but introduced a couple of new steps that might trap you.
If all else fails try reading the instructions.
If you haven't read the instructions, your first problem will be that no ink comes through. This is a rather obvious way to prevent the ink drying out during the time that your markers spend on the shelves in the warehouse - if there is no ink in the tips, they can't dry out - can they?
You've probably noticed that you need a broader mark when you want your writing to be read from the back of the room, than when you are making a private to-do list. Wrightmark markers have even solved that problem. At the cost of getting ink on your fingers, you can swap over from writing 3mm thick, to a thick and thin chisel tip, which allows thickness variations as shown on the wine glass photo.
The owner of WrightMark commented "The technicians have done me proud. I'm amazed and surprised by just how big a leap in performance they have managed."
WrightMark is an Australian firm recently started to offer.improved writing materials
Although pioneer dry-erase whiteboard markers can still give quite good results in the hands of an expert, WrightMark felt that it was time for an improvement.
They now offer upgraded markers that overcome most of the annoying problems with primitive pens, and yes - they are washable from skin and clothes in plain water.
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