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I'm looking for a sharpie that dosen't smell too much and dry quickly.

Any recommendations?
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Go to an art supply or office supply store in your area and purchase one of each kind of marker that is in stock. Then compare them.
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Try to get some help on the Magic Café. I am pretty sure someone on the Café has compared many markers and could save you some time.
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Standard sharpie is just that--unless you stick your nose to it and take a big whiff, you'll be good. Dries almost instantly. The different colors are all the same.
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Crayola.com makes washable markers that may smell less, but may not mark well depending on what you want to mark.
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