About China Pencils
A chinagraph marker or china pencil is useful for writing on porcelain, plastic, stone, glass, photos, or polished surfaces. The inkless pencils are non-toxic and the waxy substance wipes away when applied to non-porous materials. Sellers offer the pencils, which withstand high temperatures, in vivid colours, such as red, yellow, green, blue, white, and orange. The pencils create bold lines due to the markers' thickness. Users do not sharpen the pencil but unwind a string to remove the paper covering, revealing the wax underneath. When preferring one colour over another, buyers may purchase the same coloured pencils in a package of 12. A china pencil, sometimes referred to as a grease marker, is used by chemists to mark laboratory bottles, construction workers to write notations on boards, artists for any number of projects, and partygoers to write birthday messages on glass. The versatile product is sure to find its way into your hands as you come up with ways to use it in the work world.