Don't forget to learn how to refresh a dried out marker on youtube.com. Pretty easy to do. Just remove the cap on the back end and put in a few drops of rubbing alcohol, and/or pull out the felt tip and put a few drops of the rubbing alcohol in the pen from there. Replace the cap or felt tip, then shake for about 20-30 seconds. Usually the pen works again!
itsme13 said: unless you want 24 different shades, check local Office Depot / office max they have a pack of 12 for $3. It was sold out when I got there. Employee immediately said "limited quantities, no rainchecks" as if I were the 20th person to ask.
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