What Is a Grease Pencil Used for?

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Grease Pencils are used for marking on hard, glossy non-porous surfaces such as porcelain, glass, polished stone, plastic, ceramics and other glazed, lacquered or polished surfaces and also the glossy paper that is used for photographic printing. Grease pencils are pencils of hard grease mixed with colourings.
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n. A pencil of hard grease mixed with colorings, used especially for marking on glossy or glazed surfaces.
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