ImpressArt Stamp Enamel Marker Pen
- Acrylic ink used to darken stamped impressions.
- Run the tip of your marker over stamped impressions.
- Wipe off excess ink with a soft cloth.
- Not recommended for rings because of continuous contact with soap and rubbing.
I am liking the Stamp Enamel Marker Pen. It is easy to apply and also easy to clean the excess from the surface of your blank. It's thicker and darker than Sharpie so provides a slightly different look. The instructions on the enamel marker say to let it dry 1-3 minutes, but I wouldn't leave it on that long. It's really hard to get off if it totally dries. Don't pull it off too wet or it will "suck" out of the impressions. 45 - 60 seconds works for me. If it's being used on deep impressions that aren't solid designs, shorter time is fine, but if using it on more dense designs with more surface space in the design, ya gotta let it dry a bit more or it will just get pulled out (but same goes for sharpie). Does it last longer? In theory the enamel should not fade as fast, but I don't have hard evidence on that. I think it's gonna be a matter of trying and seeing which you prefer.
Stamp Enamel Marker
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easy to use. better clean up than sharpie. I just wonder how it will hold up on rings since they take alot of hand washing.
i love using this pen. it not as messy as using enamel paint bottle. easier to apply to all stamp impressions.
I love this pen!!! It is clean and easy to use. Not near as messy as the bottle enamel. If you let it sit for a minute or two then wipe off you only have to apply once. If any residue remains use a baby wipe to clean it up. This is one of my favorite things.
Love this enamel pen. I've only ever used the industrial sharpie to darken but I find that the enamel gives a darker appearance. This will be my go to from now on.
I am a BIG fan of this pen. I was lucky enough to get a free one a couple months back through the Facebook group and was sold as soon as I tried it. Previously, I had used the Impressart enamel bottle. That worked okay, but the coverage and ease of use with this pen is so much better that I did come back and order another.