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pen with its ink source and a tip composed of porous pressed fibers such as felt is known as a marker pen, fine liner, marking pen, felt-tip pen, flow marker, sign pen (in South Korea), vivid (in New Zealand), texta (in Australia), sketch pen (in South Asia), or koki (in South Africa).

A marker pen comprises two parts: a container (glassmetal, or plastic) and an absorbent core. This filler acts as a vehicle for ink. The nib, which was formerly made of a firm felt substance, and a cap to keep the marker from drying out are located on the upper section of the marker.

Toluene and xylene were the most popular solvents for the ink in permanent markers until the early 1990s. These two chemicals are both dangerous and have a very strong odor. Nowadays, alcohols are commonly used to make ink (e.g., 1-Propanol, 1-butanol, diacetone alcohol, and cresols).

Waterproof, dry-erase, wet-erase (e.g., transparent markers), and permanent markers are all options.

Polyester is used to make the marker reservoir, which retains the ink. The tip’s “felt” is often comprised of highly compressed synthetic fibers or porous ceramics. Toluol and xylol were employed as dye solvents, and they are currently used in permanent marker indelible ink. Due to their toxicity, they’ve been substituted in other types of markers with less toxic chemicals like alkyl or cyclic alkylene carbonates (like propylene carbonate). The ink can have a water concentration of up to 10%.

Aside from solvents and dye, the ink may also contain additives (such as nonylphenylpolyglycol ether, alkylpolyglycol ether, fatty acid polyglycol ester, or fatty alcohol ethoxalates) and preservatives (such as nonylphenylpolyglycol ether, alkylpolyglycol ether, fatty acid polyglycol ester, or fatty alcohol (e.g., 2-Phenylphenol and its sodium salt, 6-acetoxy-2,4-dimethyl-m-dioxane).


Permanent Marker

Permanent markers are porous pens that can write on glass, plastic, wood, metal, and stone, among other surfaces. However, the markings left by these pens are not permanent on some polymers, such as Teflon and polypropylene, and may be readily wiped. The ink is typically wet and rubbing resistant, and it can persist for years. However, depending on the surface and the marker used, the markings may usually be erased using a combination of hard washing and chemicals like acetone. Colorists and painters all across the globe think highly of them.


Highlighters are a type of marker that may highlight and cover existing text while still allowing it to be read. They’re usually made in bright colors to enable color coding and to draw attention to them.

Whiteboard Markers

whiteboard marker, also known as a dry-erase marker in certain places, employs erasable ink and is designed to be used on a smooth (or matte-finished), non-porous writing surface for temporary writing on overhead projectors, whiteboards, and other surfaces. They’re made so that the markings may be quickly removed with a moist cloth, tissue, handkerchiefbaby wipe, or other easily cleaned or disposable things.

People often wipe it clean with textiles, while some use objects such as paperclothes, and even their bare hands. Because the erasable ink lacks the hazardous chemical components xylene and toluene found in permanent markers, it poses less danger of being used as a recreational drug.

Another kind is wet-wipe markers, used on non-porous surfaces such as overhead projectors, signboards, whiteboards, and other non-porous surfaces.

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