Mom Knows Best : Liquid Chalk Markers Are The Perfect Dustless Marker For Glass, Chalkboards, Whiteboards And More

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Liquid Chalk Markers Are The Perfect Dustless Marker For Glass, Chalkboards, Whiteboards And More


    My boys love drawing with chalk and I love that it boosts their creativity. The dust from regular chalk can make a mess on your hands and chalk pieces tend to break. Regular chalk also smudges when you write with it. I heard about a new chalk that is in a form of a liquid and of course I was intrigued to try them out with my boys. The chalk that I am talking about is Liquid Chalk Markers  and these cool markers can be used like chalk but look so much cooler. I found out that you can use these chalk markers on a lot of surfaces. Surfaces like glass, whiteboards, and blackboards to name a few. These markers are dust free and come in vibrant colors to allow you to decorate and leave notes on mirrors, chalkboards, and even car windows. These cool looking colors would be great to decorate a car for a wedding or prom. I could see teachers using these to make seasonal windows for the class room. Parents, like me, love these markers to leave a note on the bathroom mirror to my kids or husband. The list goes on for the fun you can have with these chalk markers.


  The Liquid Chalkers are sold by Paper and Twine and come in 8 vibrant colors. The chalk markers are easy to use and write like a marker but dries like chalk. When used on a non-porous surface, they are dust free and easy to erase. These markers do not dry out and are great to stimulate a child's creativity. My son drew on the table while he was drawing on his blackboard and I was able to wipe it right up. These chalk markers are a great to use with a lined white board to help your child practice their writing.


My boys were excited to draw with the Liquid Chalkers on their blackboard. They loved the bright colors and I loved that they were boosting their creativity.



    While the boys were drawing, I had my own fun. I drew on my windows and my bathroom mirror. I will be using the chalk markers to decorate my windows for Halloween and Christmas. I had no trouble erasing the marker off the window and mirror. It is best to test out the markers first on a small inconspicuous section. This way you'll know whether it wipes off that surface or not. I did not do that on my kids blackboard and found out the next day that the markers would not erase but I found out that a wet Clorox wipe ( a Mr. Clean eraser works too) took off the Liquid Chalkers. My blackboard was old and need to be repainted but if you find out the markers don't work on a surface that you have, the company will refund you money- including shipping costs. They have a 100% 365 day money back guarantee.




     I wish my husband had known about these chalk markers when he painted my car with shoe polish for our anniversary. That was years ago and lets just say I had white marks on my windows when I sold the car 5 years later. This is a whole different story that would make for another blog post.


To purchase these Liquid Chalkers, that come in 8 vibrant colors, click on the below link.



"These opinions are my own and I was sent the above mentioned product in hopes of a review on my blog. I was not compensated beyond the product."



11 comments:

  1. I will put these on the craft supply list for my girls. I know they would love them as much as your boys do. As for the show polish on the car story, I can't wait for you to share that one!

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  2. I never know about this. Looks really fun for my boys. Thanks for sharing it.

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  3. How did these wipe off of your chalkboard? I had the white ones and it didn't come off easily. It works great on glass though.

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  4. The fact that you can clean it off easy is a big enough reason to buy it. I still have coloring and crayon marks on my grout around my tiles. Kids!

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  5. These are awesome. I bet my kids would go crazy for them.

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  6. Where were these when we were kids? They are a must have for my 5 Grandchildren. Thank you!

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  7. Chalkboard art is super popular now!! I need to find these markers so I can avoid chalk smudges... well, just chalk everywhere LOL!

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  8. I have never seen chalkboard pens! Neat! My kids would love these.

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  9. I've been wondering where to get these liquid chalk markers! They make such nice handwriting on chalkboards as opposed to real dusty chalk. Thanks for sharing this!

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