Who invented Crayola markers?

Answer Crayola markers were invented by the Crayola company and first introduced in 1978, the same year that Crayola celebrated its 75th Anniversary. The name Crayola is a combination of the French words ... Read More »

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Are crayola markers nontoxic?

All Crayola products, including markers and crayons, are safe and nontoxic. Crayola has been providing parents, children and teachers with the leading brand of age-appropriate art materials since i... Read More »

Are crayola markers toxic?

Crayola markers are one of the many products of the Crayola brand name that are completely nontoxic and designed for the health and safety of the children using the product.References:Crayola: Our ... Read More »

What makes Crayola markers washable?

Crayola is a company that manufacturers coloring instruments for children, including crayons, paints and markers. Crayola especially touts its markers as washable. Note that although Crayola indic... Read More »

Are Crayola markers acid-free?

The Crayola Metallic FX Markers are listed on the company website as being acid-free. Some types of Crayola acrylic paints, glitter glue, gel pens and glue sticks and glue rollers also are acid-fre... Read More »