Importent about markers – whitecrow_art

What is a fabric marker?

A fabric marker is a marker with specially designed ink that sticks to the fabric for a long time. They also have specially designed tips that slide over the fabric without skipping or bleeding, unlike a marker designed for paper and other surfaces.

What fabric markers are available in the whitecrow_art store?

We offer our customers absolutely free to choose markers for coloring at will. We offer a choice of washable and permanent markers for coloring.

What does a flushable marker mean?

These are markers that, after application and drying, can be easily washed off with soap and water or washed in a washing machine. After washing, your T-shirt will be just as new and ready for re-drawing.

Do I need to pre-wash the fabric before decorating with fabric markers?

It depends. If your project is something that will later be washed and dried, it is recommended to pre-wash the fabric to avoid shrinkage after. Pre-washing also removes the size from new clothes, so the fabric absorbs the color better. But if your project is just meant to be shown, then pre-flushing won't make much difference in the end.

How long does it take for the fabric markers to dry?

For best results, it is recommended that the markers on the fabric dry within 24 hours.

How do you wash your clothes after using fabric markers?

Machine washing of clothes decorated with fabric markers in a gentle mode after 24 hours. Dry in the washing machine at a low level.

What does a permanent marker mean?

 Indelible fabric markers contain a permanent color, which is designed not to be erased from clothing and not fade over time. To remove the fabric marker, apply hydrogen peroxide or your preferred stain remover to the area while the ink is still wet. After the ink dries, the color will remain constant on the fabric. Rub the hydrogen peroxide into the fabric to loosen the pigment, and blot it dry. Repeat as necessary to remove the ink and wash the cloth. This will remove most of the color from the fabric.

Are the fabric markers permanent on the fabric?

The fabric marker contains a permanent color that is designed in such a way that the fabric does not fade and does not fade.

What other differences are there in the proposed markers?

There are 2 ways to fix the drawing. The first is fixing by ironing with a hot iron on the back of the fabric. The second is natural drying within 24 hours.

What does the heat set mean?

Heat set means applying heat to the fabric with an iron on the color markers of your fabric.

 What type of tissue is best suited for using tissue markers?

Most fabric markers work best on cotton and canvas, as these fabrics absorb ink best. Other fabrics can be used, but it is always recommended to test the marker first on an inconspicuous area to achieve the best results.

What are the various tips available for fabric markers?

Markers made of tulip fabric come in different sizes and tip shapes for a wide range of application methods. Tips such as a Thin Tip, an Ultra-Thin Tip, a Brush Tip, a Chisel Tip and a Bullet Tip are available. Click here to learn more about how to find the right type of fabric marker for your next project.

Is the ink non-toxic in Tulip fabric markers?

Yes, marker ink for tulip fabric is non-toxic and safe to use for all ages.

How should I store markers for fabric?

Fabric markers should be stored horizontally.

How do you prevent the bleeding of tissue markers?

To avoid ink leakage when coloring, be careful not to stop and do not pause when the tip of the fabric marker is lying on the fabric, as the color will flow into it. If you find yourself hesitating, remove the marker from the fabric while you think about what you are doing.

The granularity of your fabric also affects how well the fabric marker works. A coarse grain or rough texture of the fabric means that the pen must pass through possible "irregularities". Fine-grained or smooth fabric is easier to work with. If in doubt, check the marker on a piece of cloth or in an inconspicuous place.

To prevent ink from seeping through the layers of fabric, insert a shirt board or a piece of cardboard between the layers of fabric, so that the color does not seep through the fabric into the second layer of fabric, and also provide a stable surface for decoration.

What is the difference between a fabric marker and a fabric paint marker?

Tulip fabric markers are permanent on the fabric and work best on light-colored fabrics. Markers for dyeing Tulip fabric use a thicker paint formula that works on dark and light fabrics. These markers must be shaken and pressed against a flat surface before use, so that the ink will soak the pen.

What should I do if my marker is dry?

If the tip of the marker dries, dip it in water to reactivate it. You can also try to save the token horizontally for 24 hours for reactivation.

Which colored fabrics are best combined with my fabric markers?

Tulip fabric markers work best on light-colored fabrics. For projects on fabrics of a darker color, use markers to dye the Tulip fabric.

Can my fabric markers be used on surfaces other than fabric?

Tulip fabric markers can be used on various surfaces for needlework, such as fabric, canvas and paper. For more fun with crafting, try markers made of Tulip fabric on surfaces such as denim, wood, stones and much more.

What is the best marker to use on the fabric?

Fabric markers are popular because of their versatility for use on various fabrics, and they are less dirty than paint and brush. They allow you to be more precise with your design, while at the same time offering bright, bold paint results. A variety of tips on fabric markers will help you to be flexible and versatile to create your masterpieces from fabric.

Will the markers on the fabric be erased?

Fabric markers contain a permanent color, which is designed not to be erased from clothing and not fade over time.

What are the best fabric markers for T-shirts?

Choosing the right fabric marker for you will depend on whether you are working on a small or large area, applying color to several projects and on the appearance of your design in terms of how much color you will apply. Various sizes and types of tips will offer you a variety of application options. It is always recommended to first test the application of ink on a piece of similar fabric or in an inconspicuous place on the shirt.

What fabric markers should be used on shoes?

When decorating canvas shoes with fabric markers, you will need fabric markers with tips that will ensure smooth, even application and easy mixing.

What are opaque markers?

Opaque markers, also called fabric staining markers, contain real acrylic paint in various colors that are designed in such a way that they do not wash out of the fabric.

How do you use opaque markers?

To activate an Opaque Marker (or a Fabric Paint Marker), simply shake the marker with the cap, remove the cap and press on the bullet tip so that the paint flows. If the tip of the opaque marker dries, dip it in water to reactivate it.

How can I remove an opaque marker?

To remove the opaque marker ink that is used in our fabric staining markers, apply hydrogen peroxide or your preferred stain remover to the area while the ink is still wet. After the ink dries, the color will remain constant on the fabric. Rub the hydrogen peroxide into the fabric to loosen the pigment, and blot it dry. Repeat as necessary to remove the ink and wash the cloth. This will remove most of the color from the fabric.

To determine the type of markers and the exact use, see the instructions on the back of the package, as well as our blog videos and recommendations.

All markers offered to our customers in the store are absolutely safe for use by children (certified)

 

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