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Identipen Dual Tip Fabric Pens

Permanent on Fabrics!

 4.39 ( 23 review )
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Identipen Fabric Pens are dual point pens with a tough fiberfine point on one end and an extra fine tip for details on the other. Withstands the roughest of treatment yet can provide the most delicate touch on silk. The ink is really permanent not only on fabrics, but on metal, glass, plastic, leather, wood, photos, ceramics, and more. It spread less on silk in our tests than other pens. Has a slight odor.

Made in: Made in: JAPAN (JP)

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Identipen $1.98 $1.84 $1.67

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This multi-purpose pen is determined to do the job on almost any surface! The Identi-Pen is two, permanent sharp-pointed marking pens in one: a tough, fine-point bullet shaped fiber tip on one end and a finer, plastic tip for details on the other. Use this pen on paper products and non-porous surfaces such as metal, glass, tools, sporting goods, test tubes, photographs, plastics, CDs and wood. Available in eight colors: black, blue, red, green, brown, purple, orange, and yellow. Identi-Pen inks are permanent, waterproof, have low odor, bleed-proof on most papers, and are built for heavy use. The alcohol solvent, dye-stuff colorant ink will mark on nearly any surface including slick PVC and poly-propylene sheet protectors. Alcohol based cleaners will remove ink from non-porous surfaces. Meets ACMI non-toxicity standards (AP seal)
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MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS
4/3/2008
5
I use these to write on my fabric tags for my quilts. They do not bleed too much and the color stays bright even after washing. I did not need to heat set it.
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8 of 8 users found this review helpful.
12/29/2010
5
This pen is excellent for drawing on silk without the lines spreading like with other pens. The only small problem with these pens is the finer tip runs out of ink after drawing on two to 3 scarves
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4 of 4 users found this review helpful.
11/26/2010
5
Excellent for drawing on silk scarves (from China). The designs show up clear on the back of the silk and you can't tell which side is the right side. The only draw back is I had to get more identipens because the thin tip ran out of ink a lot quicker than the thick side and I prefer to use the thin tip with my Zentangle drawing on Silk. (Look up www.Zentangle.com) and those who's interested will know what I'm talking about. I prefer black in these pens more because zentangles are usually drawn in black outline but if you do use color with them the combination on the color with the black outline will make your design pop and that's what I love. Try having more of the black in your store. Dharma saved my butt on gift giving with the silk scarves they carry since they don't cost much money. I was able to give my Mom a wonderful birthday gift that became a huge hit! Moms wants to Frame her scarf and not wear it. She thinks it's too pretty to wear. Wish I can share a photograph of this scarf I did for my Mom with you Dharma. Wish you have a Gallery for satisfied cutomers can share their crafts from the products you sell.
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4 of 4 users found this review helpful.
4/18/2009
5
ok wow. these are great nice crisp lines not a lot of bleeding and if you combined them with a flow stop you will have no bleeding at all. The colors stay bright and deep. The do not fade or wash out. You can't go wrong with these pens.
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4 of 4 users found this review helpful.
8/29/2010
2
they catch on the fabric creating blobs. Consider carrying Pentel Gel Pens for fabric. They run smoothly. not enough color choices but first in my opinion
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3 of 3 users found this review helpful.
MOST RECENT REVIEWS
5/9/2011
5
Best pens for pictures and for fabric.
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2/14/2011
1
The Identipen is listed as permanent BUT the red ink bled yellow when I washed the fabric. I tried heat setting the ink first and it still bled. The black and brown ink worked fine. I do like the two tip sizes. They write smoothly on fabric.
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2 of 2 users found this review helpful.
1/11/2011
5
Seems to have alot of ink.
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1 of 1 users found this review helpful.
12/8/2010
5
love these double ended pens
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1 of 1 users found this review helpful.
11/28/2010
5
My fave for outlining & other fill-ins--my last step on most small (& some large) pieces.
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1 of 1 users found this review helpful.
11/8/2010
4
Good pens good color selection.
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0 of 0 users found this review helpful.
7/29/2010
5
Love these because they are easy to handle can be used with stencils too
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7/24/2010
5
Still great to sign with and to use for detail work.
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