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 »

How to Use Sharpie Markers on Foil?

Aluminum foil has many uses in the home, including food storage, lining an oven or grill grate and even as giftwrap. If you use foil to wrap food items before you store them, label the items to ens... 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 »

Are Sharpie markers acid free?

Unless specifically labeled as "acid-free," Sharpies are not acid-free. This is largely because of the solvent propanol used in Sharpie markers. However, Sharpie does manufacture a line of paint ma... Read More »