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Ed_Millis
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I have my volunteer mark the inside of a spoon (for a bending routine) with a Sharpie. But it seems the Sharpie will rub off too easily.

Is there a better marker that's more permanent for a plated object like a spoon?

Ed
chill
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How about a quick drying paint marker?
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brody
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An empty pen with a small nail glued into the barrel, and the spectator scratches his initials. The hand holding the spoon would of course be protected by a heavy welding glove.
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We use the paint marker on Shot Puts for track meets after weighing the shot. You are just going to have to have a little drying time no matter what.

Other wise go to a sticker with a mark. Presentation will be the key on this method.

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Ed_Millis
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A bit of drying time isn't a problem, buit I think the sticker idea might be best in this case.

Thanks!
Ed
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