What Are Permanent Markers Made of?

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A permanent marker is made of dyes, pigments and a solvent mixture of propanol, butanol, diacetone, alcohol and ethanol. Additional solvents in the inks include ketone, xylene and glycol ethers. Ink pigmentation determines the marker's resistance to fading.
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Generally the liquid is water resistant, contains the toxic chemical xylene or toluene.
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The permanent marker was created in 1890. Permanent markers are made of three ingredients. Resin, colorant, ans solvents are the main materials used.
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Sharpie permanent markers contain dyes, pigments and a solvent mixture of butanol, propanol, diacetone alcohol and ethanol. Additional solvents in the inks include alcohol, ketone
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A permanent marker is a type of marker pen that is used to create permanent writing on an object. Generally the liquid is water resistant, contains a solvent such as xylene, toluene
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