Markers are writing pens that can be used to highlight, label or mark specific sections. The unique feature of dry markers is their soft lead, which does not need to dry on the surface after writing. This means there is no danger of smudging. They can be used to write on all sorts of surfaces, such as wood, metal, plastic, glass, leather and more. STAEDTLER offers waterproof and water-soluble dry markers for a variety of applications.
Dry markers for a wide range of applications
Highlighters are used to highlight important sections of text. Highlighting while reading helps us to understand the text better and conceptually internalise the information we read thanks to colour visualisation. These markings make it easier to find individual passages or specific information more quickly. While liquid highlighters use ink, dry markers have a very soft lead core. This makes them excellent for:
- Marking on thin paper, as the dry lead does not bleed through
- Labelling smooth surfaces such as metal, plastic or paint, as the markings do not need to dry first and therefore do not smudge
- Opaque markings on dark or transparent surfaces such as wood, glass, leather or stone
With dry markers, there is no danger of them drying out. In addition, markings made with these markers are lightfast: the text will remain visible for years to come.
Waterproof dry markers for long-lasting results
STAEDTLER offers the following waterproof dry markers:
Waterproof dry markers
Lumocolor permanent omnigraph 236
Water-soluble dry markers for easy correction
STAEDTLER offers the following water-soluble dry markers:
Water-soluble dry markers
Lumocolor non-permanent omnichrom 768
What surfaces are dry markers suitable for?
All the dry markers listed can be used to write on the following surfaces:
- Film, e.g. for overhead projectors
Dry markers as a universal alternative
While writing instruments such as ballpoint pens, rollerballs, fineliners and pencils are mainly suitable for writing on paper, dry markers are a truly universal alternative solution. The same marker can be used on many different surfaces. Depending on your specific needs, you can choose between waterproof and water-soluble dry markers.