It is okay to throw away Sharpies and other writing instruments in the regular trash. However, in some areas, they may also be recycled.
There are 45 types of sharpies. (not including the limited edition or custom sharpies)
A rag dipped in regular paint thinner always does it.
No idea what "Sharpies" are -- please re-send
No , sharpies wouldn't be invented if you couldn't get it of your fingers!
Yes, you can use either latex or oil based primer.
There is no such thing as "regular paint" . There is oil based paint, alkyd paint, latex paint, epoxy paint, urethane paint and lacquer. They are all different and have different thinners and uses.
Because teachers don't want the sharpies to bleed through
depends, if you sniff too long or too much. But sharpies can make you high though..^.^
Sharpies are sold in most countries around the world. I know for a fact they are sold in The americas.
NO!! sharpies have extremely powerful chemicals. it can burn your eyes and even cause permanent damage.
its the same process as changing synthetic oil, except you use regular oil.
A regular tessellation is based on only one regular polygonal shape. A semi-regular tessellation is based on two or more regular polygons.
paints based on oil
Need to no what oil take if regular oil o use con te tic oil
THEY HAVE INK!!!!!!!!!!! Just like any other marker but it has other ingredients. No one that i know of knows what is in the sharpies.
Some of them are. A fraction of the worldwide production of Sharpies is made in the Mexicali (Baja California, Mexico) plant.
Yes, as long as you use the correct SAE weight oil. Polaris oil is regular oil.
Castile is olive oil based.
Yes you can.