A: 10000pcs for whiteboard pens. But we can accept smaller quantities for several popular styles, or undergoing orders. Please contact us to know more.
Q: What's your payment terms?
A: 30% deposit,and balance before delivery if by air; balance by B/L copy if by sea.
Q: What's your mode of payment?
A: T/T , L/C , WESTERN UNION , PAYPAL
Q: Where's your nearest port?
A: Ningbo or Shanghai
Q: How about samples?
A: Free samples can be provided if without customized logo. Customized logo, please contact us for detail.
Q: How about the shipping?
A: Sea shipping, courier shipping, air port shipping can be handled by us. And no problem for us to send the goods to your office.
No more dryness
No more dryness
So how can you refresh, revive and otherwise reinvigorate your favorite whiteboard marker?
We have five solutions for you, presented in order from easiest to the more complicated.
1) Put the cap securely on your marker, and store the pen tip-down for at least 24 hours. Gravity should help drive any remaining ink downwards.
2) Solidly cap your pen, then tape a string to the bottom of your dry-erase marker and spin it around like a lasso. You’re using physics to help resuscitate your pen: centrifugal force will drive what’s left of the ink to the tip of the pen. Depending on how dry the marker is, you will need anywhere from a few swings to a lot more. Check it every few swings, and watch for ink drips! (Also be sure the secured top of the dry-erase is on the far end, or else you’ll instead force the lingering ink to the bottom of the marker.)
3) With a pair of pliers, gently remove the marker’s tip and turn it around. This should give you ink to use right away, and hopefully revive the pen’s flow.
4) If your marker is not water-based, briefly dab the pen’s tip in acetone or plain nail polish remover. Cover and store bottom-down to let the solvent soak in before using. After using an additive like the acetone, be sure to test the marker in an inconspicuous place on your whiteboard to be sure it doesn’t damage anything.
So how can you keep your whiteboard markets happy? First, always cap your pen tightly when not in use. Then, the markers site suggests storing dry-erase pens horizontally. Finally, use these markers only on whiteboards — don’t use them on paper.
Remove Dry Erase Marker Stains From Clothing
What You Will Need Before You Start
White absorbent towel
It’s all too easy to get dry erase marker on your clothing when you’re working hard, but it need not be a challenge to remove dry erase marker stains from your shirts or pants.
Lay the white towel down on a flat surface and place the stained garment on top of the towel.
Dab a bit of rubbing alcohol onto a clean sponge and then blot at the dry erase marker, taking care not to rub or smear it.
The marker stain should lift off fairly quickly with the rubbing alcohol, but it may take several blots to get it all off of the garment.
Fill a sink with warm water and add a cup of white vinegar to it.
Soak the garment in the solution for up to fifteen minutes and then observe the stain.
It should be gone, but if the stain is still visible then you can repeat the rubbing alcohol until you’ve removed all traces of it. Launder it as per usual, but take care not to apply heat and dry the garment until all traces are gone.
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