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- Everything you need for effective, colorful whiteboard presentations.
- Bright, vivid ink is easy to see from a distance.
- Easily erases from whiteboards, glass, and most non-porous surfaces.
- Markers and cleaner are certified non-toxic.
- Kit includes eraser, whiteboard cleaner, four fine-point markers in black, blue, green, and red, and eight chisel-tip markers in black, red, blue, green, lime, orange, brown, and purple. Made in the USA
Everything you need for effective, colorful whiteboard presentations. Bright, vivid ink is easy to see from a distance. Easily erases from whiteboards, glass, and most non-porous surfaces. Markers and cleaner are certified non-toxic. Kit includes eraser, whiteboard cleaner, four fine-point...
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