MÅLA
Whiteboard pen, mixed colours

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MÅLA Whiteboard pen, mixed colours
MÅLA Whiteboard pen, mixed colours
MÅLA Whiteboard pen, mixed colours
MÅLA

The MÅLA series has everything your child needs when creativity kicks in. Paint! Cut! Draw! It’s all about having fun and letting your child explore the world through its own imagination – there’s no limit!

Article number304.565.93

Product details

These whiteboard pens are so wonderfully colourful, almost luminescent – and easy to erase with a wet cloth or sponge when you want to draw with a different colour.

Whiteboard pens made with a child-friendly grip.

Of course everything in the MÅLA series is non-toxic – we care just as much about the creative minds of the next generation as you do.

Creating and being creative makes you calm and focused, and is extra nice after a day of school and activities.

WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Recommended for ages from 3 years.

For use on whiteboards; the lifespan of the pen will decrease if used on paper.

The whiteboard pen will leave permanent marks on most surfaces and materials, however, immediately washing the area with a stain remover may give good results.

Store horizontally. If the colour becomes less intense, store the pen vertically with the tip pointed down for 12 hours and the colour will revive.

This product bears the CE mark.

The paints and pens in the MÅLA series are tested and non-toxic, but should not be used for face or body painting.

Designer

S Fager/C Tubertini

Article number304.565.93
  • Barrel:

    Polypropylene plastic, Polypropylene plastic, Printed acrylic paint

    Cap/ End plug:

    Polypropylene plastic, Polypropylene plastic

    Pen tip/ Ink carrier:

    100% polyester

Measurements

Package quantity: 4 pieces

  • MÅLA
    Whiteboard penArticle no304.565.93

    Width: 8 cm

    Height: 2 cm

    Length: 16 cm

    Weight: 0.08 kg

    Package(s): 1

MÅLA Whiteboard pen, mixed colours

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