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Expo Low Odor Fine Point Green Dry Erase Markers (Pack Of 12)
The standard in dry erase markers, this pack of 12 green Expo dry erase markers give you the fine-point precision that you need when making presentations, teaching, or simply taking notes. These low-odor markers are ideal for frequent use.
ITEM#: 12922347Always have a marker handy with this pack of 12 green dry erase markers from Expo. These fine point markers feature Expo's low odor ink so your audience can focus on what you're writing, not what they're smelling.
- Specially formulated, alcohol-based ink has virtually no odor
- Quick-drying ink
- AP certified nontoxic
- Fine point
- Green ink
- Comes in a pack of 12 markers
- Markers measure approximately 5.5 inches long
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How to Clean a Chandelier
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Best Bookshelf Materials
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How to Clean Hard Luggage
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How to Clean a Leather Sofa
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How to Refinish Kitchen Cabinet Doors
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