Why do markers stink?

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  • Why do markers stink?


Answer #1 | 04/03 2010 18:42
because of the smell. if they didn't have that smell, then they wouldn't stink.
Answer #2 | 05/03 2010 18:29
It’s the ink! There are three basic parts to the ink in most markers. There’s the pigment, which is a fancy name for the color. There’s a binder, which could be made of a few things. This is what makes the ink stick to surfaces like paper. The third part is the smelly one. It’s called a “solvent.” The solvent is wet and it carries the pigment out of the marker. When you write with the marker, the solvent dries, and the pigment is left on the writing surface.
Answer #3 | 06/03 2010 11:21
It's the ink.
Answer #4 | 08/03 2010 13:20

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