8 Pieces Heat Erasable Pens Fabric Highlighters Heat Erasable Pens With < > pieces of refills for quilting, sewing, DIY dressmaking
Highlight different colors of fabrics:
These heat-erasable fabric refills feature < > different colors, which allows you to highlight fabrics of different colors, meeting most of your sewing, tailoring and handicraft needs.
Wipe quickly with iron:
Compared to normal chalk marking methods, these heat erasable pens are designed with ink that can be quickly erased with heat, after a quick touch of the iron and the marks are gone, no residue to your clothes or fabric to mess up, no more worrying about the marks being rubbed off before your project is complete.
The sewing fabric markers are widely applied in sewing and sewing, work well on garment marking, needlework, shoe labels, embroidery, cross stitch and more, you can also use them to draw complex patterns on fine handmade clothes and crafts.
Color: red, blue, black, white
Size: < >.< > inch
8 x Heat Erasable Pens
56 x Refills
Please put the cap on in time after use.
Keep it in a cool place, avoid direct sunlight.
Do not use the product to fill out important documents such as contracts and signatures.
Allow < > – < >cm size error due to manual measurement.
Anyone know how to just re-order the refills without the pen? I have lots of pens and just want the refills.
Enter that request (heat erase pen refills) into the amazon search engine. There are lots of refill only options.
How do you reload chalk?
These are not chalk. They are a liquid pen that has a tinted fluid that evaporates when you apply heat from an iron. I've never used them till a year ago and I LOVE THEM. Some fabrics have a slight shadow of where the ink was after you iron. It's not a color remaining, maybe just a remnant of what ever makes up this tinted liquid. But even that goes away when you wash it AND it is rare that this has occurred on a small number of fabrics.
You simply unscrew the metal tip from the pen body and the refill comes out - similar to a regular ink pen refill. LOVE this particular pen design because the cap of the pen has a rubber pad inside that prevents the tinting liquid from leaking out. I ordered another company's pen and the cap did not have that and the liquid oozed out into the cap when I stored it and it was a huge mess and a waste of the tinted liquid. I don't call the liquid an INK because ink is a permanent die, this has different properties. It's not always as easy to see as chalk, but the advantages far outweigh that feature. Make a mistake, just hit it with a warm iron and you can start all over again. LOVE THESE PENS ! ! !
Where are the pens made?
The label on the box states "Made In China".
I purchase these erasable heating pens how do you open the pens put in the ink there no instructions and the end caps are hard to get off !!!
Open the end of the pen (silver part), insert the refill, and tighten it.