Oily marker pen, is not soluble in water, but in alcohol, when the pen is dry, you can use a syringe to absorb a small amount of alcohol into the marker pen, and then you can use it. Oily marker pen has strong penetration, which is usually reflected on the back of the paper.
And the water-based marker pen is relatively clear, so when it is dry, add water to continue to use.
There are three types of marker pens according to ink content:
Oily marker pen is fast-drying, water-resistant, and light-resistant. It will not hurt the paper if the color is overlapped many times, and it is soft.
1) Alcoholic marker pen can be written on any smooth surface. It can be used for drawing, writing, marking, POP advertisement, etc.
2) The main ingredients are dyes, denatured alcohol and resins. Inks are volatile. They should be used in well ventilated places. After use, pen caps should be tightened, and fires should be kept away from and sunlight prevented.
Waterborne marker pen
Waterborne marker pens are bright and transparent in color, but they will turn grey after adding colors many times, and they are easy to damage the paper surface. Also, if you apply a water-stained pen on it, the effect is very similar to that of watercolor. Some water-based marker pens will withstand water after they are dried out. So when you buy a marker pen, you must know the attributes of the marker pen and what it looks like. Mark pens are available in design stores, and can be painted by opening the lid. There is no limit to paper and all kinds of materials can be colored.