The perfect companion to our range of reusable planners. Liquid chalk is bright, colourful and so much fund to use, you’re going to love it.
How they work
If you’ve ever used a paint pen, you’ll be familiar with how these work.
Once activated, liquid chalk pens write wet and dry hard. The pens are superior to whiteboard markers because the ink holds onto the glass/laminate surface really well and they are smudge resistant. The colours are bold and make a statement so your message will standout and be easily legible.
Liquid chalk is easy to clean. Because liquid chalk is water-based, all you’ll need is a damp cloth, baby wipe, cleaning wipe or windex and paper towel wipe the surface clean. There’ll be no residue left behind and you will have an ‘as new’ surface so you can start with a clean slate.
Our liquid chalk pens have fine nibs that make writing in small spaces nice and easy.
- Reversible 3mm nib
- water-based and non-toxic
- writes wet and dries hard in seconds
- dust free
- available in 9 bright colours
Download our Liquid Chalk Guide
How to use
- First off, give the marker a really good shake to get the chalk moving;
- Remove the cap. The nib of the marker is white and you need to be load it with ink. Trust me, it’ll work.
- Now load the nib with chalk – to do this use your planner or a spare piece of paper and press the marker repeatedly onto the surface. You will see the ink start to load in the nib. Be patient, it can take a while to get the ink going.
- Once the ink has fully filled the nib, you’re ready to start writing. Yay!
- Shake your marker prior to each use and reload the nib to ensure you get a great result.
- If the nibs become clogged or fuzzy, remove the nib and wash it in clean water, then replace when it’s dry.
- Reverse the nib if it looks worn.
- Store pens upright with the cap at the top & make sure the cap is on tight.
Where to use liquid chalk
Use on any non-porous surface such as; glass, mirror, metal, windows, white goods, perspex, laminated surfaces and more
The downside of whiteboard markers
Whether you’ve purchased a framed or laminated planner, you can use a whiteboard marker on the surface. The downside of these markers is that they smudge very easily on glass and leave an ink residue that can usually only be cleaned with special whiteboard cleaner.