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SHARPIE Peel-Off China Marker Grease Pencils, Black, Box of 12

SHARPIE Peel-Off China Marker Grease Pencils, Black, Box of 12

Regular price $9.84 USD
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Assessment as of: January 2024

  • 100% Natural
  • 100% Recycle
  • 100% ECO Friendly

Brand: SHARPIE
Ink Color: Black
Number of Items: 1
Point Type: Medium
Recommended Uses For Product: Glass

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ASSESSMENT AS OF: JANUARY 2024

HOW TO GET STARTED

  1. Determine your food storage labeling needs
  2. Find a place to store your grease pencils
  3. Heat up the pencils slightly using warm water or leaving near the sun to make them easier to use
  4. Label away your food storage containers
  5. Use a damp cloth to erase

EMBRACE

  1. Won't emit microplastics when disposed of
  2. Uses sustainable packaging
  3. Easily erased
  4. Works great on glass and metal


AVOID PRODUCT TYPE

Plastic markers


AVOID

  1. Single-use packaging that is not recyclable
  2. Single-use plastic items which will need to eventually be disposed of
  3. Typically not erasable


Noteworthy Product Attributes

Are a perfect substitute for plastic markers

Overall Sustainability Score - 93 / 100

Score Breakdown

Manufacturing (Score - 10/10) - Manufactured close to its target market

Distribution (Score - 10/10) - Manufactured close to its target market

Cost (Score - 7/10) - Costs about as much as plastic alternatives

Packaging (Score - 6/10) -  Uses mostly cardboard and paperboard for packaging

Effectiveness (Score - 10/10) - Eco-friendly alternative to plastic markers that works well as an erasable option for labeling food in containers

Lifespan (Score - 10/10) - Consumable but can be stored for years

Fun (Score - 10/10) - Fun to mark stored food

Relevance (Score - 10/10) -  Perfect for labeling all sorts of food containers

Disposal (Score - 10/10) -  Will not emit any microplastics at the end of its useful life

Recycling (Score - 10/10) - Is biodegradable and compostable but not really recyclable