Here we have the best Marker Ink refills for your marker pens. Refill ink works for both used markers and empty marker pens.
You can fill your marker with the same type of ink as before or a different type if you’re using it for a different application.
Marker Ink isn’t just ‘Ink’ each has its own characteristics for different uses. Use the guide below to help you pick a suitable Marker Ink based on your writing requirements.
Smash – Fast flowing and drying xylene based ink suitable for drippy mop markers.
Moneyshot – Permanent black ink that’s waterproof and dries fast.
Various – Permanent alcohol-based ink is available in a huge range of colours. Suitable for most surfaces.
Egg Shell Permanent – No nonsense, permanent and high staining black ink.
Buff Proof – A good Ink for outdoor use on porous surfaces. Maintains brilliance in all weathers.
Black Magic – An invisible UV light reactive ink for use indoors and out.
Killer – High penetrating staining ink which dries instantly.
Nitro – A fast-drying shiny ink with high opacity. Water and weatherproof.
EFI Stencil – A water-soluble ink that dries fast. Use on porous and non-porous surfaces.
K Stencil – Specially made ink for porous surfaces. Dries quickly and is waterproof.
Rolmark Stencil – An opaque ink for all types of surfaces including metal, plastic and glass.
T Grade – Fast flowing xylene based ink.
Grafx Blender – Blender ink for making your own colours and creating gradients.
Grafx Aqua – Clean and mild water-based ink suitable for children.
Coversall – Hard to buff permanent ink. Bitumen and alcohol hybrid base.
Speedflow – Fast-drying ink for speedy applications a mix of alcohol and nitrogen.
Black Dye – Permanent alcohol-based ink with good UV resistance, suitable for most surfaces.
On The Run
Flowpen Ink – An ultra permanent glossy weather-proof ink that works in all types of markers.
Hard To Buff Ink – Extremely hard to buff and scratch ink. High pigmented with good weather resistance.
Stealth Ink – The invisible ink that goes on transparent appears after a few hours of sunlight.
Posterman – A waterbased high opaque, pigmented ink that’s waterproof when dry.
How To Refill Markers
This is a general guide on how to refill your markers the process may differ slightly from marker to marker consult the manufacturer’s instructions if you’re unsure.
- Fill over a flat surface that’s covered in case of spillages.
- Remove the marker nib by pulling or unscrewing (depends on your marker)
- Stand marker on the flat surface
- Insert ink bottle nozzle into the marker body
- Squeeze ink bottle until nearly full
- Reattach marker nib
The above example is for markers with detachable tips and inks supplied in squeezy bottles.
Some marker inks will require application by pipette and some markers will need ink dripped directly onto the tip, again it depends on the marker you’re refiling.