looking for permanent glass markers
jumbuck at usa.net
Thu May 15 18:41:25 EST 1997
Sam Michaelson wrote:
> Dear Netter Nutters
> I am trying to track down some sort of permanent marker that I can use on
> glassware, such that the marking will not wash off (i.e. it will stand up
> to a bit of ethanol, and the odd trip through the detergent bath).
> I tried to order some paint markers from Lab Supply (through Alltech),
> but Lab Supply classifies a texta full of paint as 'dangerous goods', and
> thus intended to charge AUS$100 just to put it on the plane.
> If anyone knows of any supplier of suitable markers (either within
> Australia, or willing to send them to Australia without charging
> exorbitant fees) please reply via email (we have all sorts of problems
> with the ng fading in and out).
Toy shops around Melbourne used to sell paint markers. They were built
like large Textas and were for model enthusiasts to paint their models
with. (cost about AUS$3 each) I think the brand I have is Tamiya, but
others probably exist.
r.sharp at pgrad.unimelb.edu.au
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