What chemicals are dry erase markers made out of and how to make your own?
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14 Nov 2006 20:42 PST
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What chemicals are dry erase markers made out of? I read here: http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/oct2000/971729510.Ch.r.html That they are made of a pigment, carrier (water, alchohol, solvent), and an oily silicone polymer. Say I were to make one of my own (without pigment), what common materials might be used? Seems a relatively easy question for some chem guy... wasn't sure how to price this one- Bonus if good answer
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Re: What chemicals are dry erase markers made out of and how to make your own?
From: mister4u-ga on 15 Nov 2006 14:57 PST
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