Have You Heard Of Liquid Chalkers? 7


(This is a product review – all opinions are my own.  Disclaimer here)

chalker

Being a member of  “Blogger’s Required” has many benefits.  I get to try out products and give my opinion, as well as see new things that are coming out from certain companies, etc.  It’s a great “family” to belong to as a blogger.

I recently received an email about the new “Liquid Chalkers” from the Paper & Twine company.  At first, I didn’t really know what I would use them for.  The company had initially told me that they wanted to caution their customers on about these chalkers not working well on porous surfaces.  They said that If you have chalkboard paint that is painted on a wall and the wall behind the paint is porous (like drywall) you may have trouble removing the chalkers. Also if the backing on the chalkboard you use is porous, you may have issues with it erasing as well. They suggested that you first test the chalkers on an inconspicuous spot and leave it overnight before using them on a large area.  I thought that was a great warning.  Better to hear about everything up front, then deal with the issues afterward.  I told the company, that I planned on using these on my car windows and home windows, so the issue above shouldn’t matter.

I decided to try it first at home to leave my husband a note on the bathroom mirror.  Today is our anniversary, so I figured it was the perfect time to test them out!!

chalkers

 I also love to decorate for the holidays and figured these would be great to make some “snowflakes” on the windows.  Now I know that winter is a bit off still, but I always love to try things out before the time you actually plan on using them.  That way you are set and know how it’s going to work, etc. prior to planning your holiday decor, and so on.  All I did was cut out a template for the snowflake using my Cricut machine and used my Liquid Chalkers to fill it in:

chalkers

It was really easy to do, and they worked great.  Here’s how it turned out:

chalkers

So easy to use and the “chalk” stayed on the window and mirror really well, until I was ready to remove it.  I was able to just use a paper towel and it all came off easily and clean.

chalkers

This is definitely something I will be using for decorating my home, my car and any other place I can figure on where to use it!! I love these Liquid Chalkers!!

chalker chalker

Product Description:

Looking To Make Writing With White Chalk Super Easy and Fun? You’re in the right place!

Get these markers and find out how they can help you unlock this one little secret I discovered that skyrocketed our family’s creativity and had friends commenting on how creative our children are now…Hi, my name is Louise Fox from Paper and Twine. If you’re looking for chalk markers, I’d like to tell you why I think these are your best choice. I am a proud mother of three and was looking for an easy, effective way to encourage creativity in my family. I stumbled on the liquid chalk phenomenon and worked out some simple but amazing things to do with the markers that have had my friends and teachers asking what we are doing with the kids to have them be so creative.

The Best Chalk Markers I’ve Used..Initially, I didn’t like the other chalk markers I’d used. There were a lot of problems so I spent months of time and thousands of dollars to research everything that makes a good marker. I found the best liquid chalk ink, best marker body and most premium tips.

 

Product Details:

Goes on easily and then wipes off with a damp cloth. Usually retails for $19.99.
Hyper pigmentation ensuring bright white ink with marker tips that don’t dry out or crack.
True 6 mm chisel tip marker means you can write with precision and easily fill large areas as well.
Dustless, no smearing and no ink running down your surface while you write so it’s no mess.

chalkerTechnical Details:

 

Brand Name: Paper & Twine
Item Weight: 0.3 oz
Product Dimensions: 5.3″ x 2.8″ x 0.8″
Color: White (Other Colors Also Available)


How You Can Get It:


 

DISCLAIMER:  I, Jamie Tomkins, own and operate Tiger Strypes Blog located at www.tigerstrypes.com. From time to time you’ll hear about my real life experiences with products and/or services from companies and individuals. Let it be known that I have no affiliation with these said companies, and have not received compensation for reviewing their service/product. The service/product was given to me by the company or any agents of the company. The review that I give regarding the product/service is based off my own personal experience, I do not guarantee that your experience will be the same.   I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

guest
7 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Rose Powell
8 years ago

Oh these would be great for congratulating my kid on the car windows, or like you did on your house windows or the glass screen door.

Melissa Smith
Melissa Smith
8 years ago

I was just looking for something like this the other day! I have a piece of wood hung with twine & coated in chalkboard paint that hangs in the kitchen as a menu board. But it is such a pain to write on with regular chalk. These are just what I was looking for!

Jenny
Jenny
8 years ago

Cool! I may have to get some of these for art journaling! Snowflakes came out really good.

Heidi Bee
Heidi Bee
8 years ago

These are so cool! I think we’ll be picking them up! I would love them for Christmas but also fun to write Happy Birthday greetings. Best part is how easily it is removed!!

Kori
8 years ago

I have plans, not set but hopeful, to turn part of a kitchen wall into a chalkboard (Both for writing down notes and giving my youngest a good spot to draw on and hopefully discourage drawing on other walls). This would definitely be useful for that.

tara pittman
8 years ago

I wish my husband had these instead of the shoe polish that he used on my car. He decorated my car once for our aniversary and the shoe polish never all came off.