Are Sharpie markers poisonous?

Answer Although they have a strong smell, Sharpie markers are not poisonous, according to Dr. Eric Lavonas of Rocky Mountain Poison Control Center. In addition, you cannot sniff them for an intoxicating e... Read More »

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What is in Sharpie markers?

Sharpie permanent markers contain the following ingredients, according to the official Sharpie website: dyes, n-propanol, n-butanol and diaceton alcohol. It has a flammability factor of three out o... Read More »

Do you like the smell of sharpie markers?

Not after doing artwork with them for two hours.

What is the ink in Sharpie markers made of?

Sharpie permanent marker ink contains n-propanol, n-butanol, diacetone alcohol and cresol. N-propanol is commonly found in cosmetics. The other three chemicals are industrial solvents. It is not re... Read More »

Who makes Sharpie markers?

Sharpie permanent markers are manufactured by Newell Rubbermaid, a large company that owns several brands and makes a variety of other products, such as Rubbermaid kitchen supplies and Paper Mate p... Read More »