Green vs. Xylene

Green vs. Xylene

Tamara Crawford

AusPen

The last time we ordered office supplies, we ended up with triple berry smash fruit-scented whiteboard markers. It sounds good until you’ve got a blueberry xylene buzz after an hour-long brainstorm. So we found a greener solution: AusPen. These markers are xylene and scent-free, refillable, and as a bonus clean off the whiteboard funk the other markers left behind. And it’s all for the same price as the disposable kind. They also have fancy metal handles, which makes us feel a little more Dieter Rams, a little less school kid when we’re writing. You can get them here: http://www.ecosmartworld.com/ (where they have great customer service too, thanks Kerry!).

 

AusPen

The last time we ordered office supplies, we ended up with triple berry smash fruit-scented whiteboard markers. It sounds good until you’ve got a blueberry xylene buzz after an hour-long brainstorm. So we found a greener solution: AusPen. These markers are xylene and scent-free, refillable, and as a bonus clean off the whiteboard funk the other markers left behind. And it’s all for the same price as the disposable kind. They also have fancy metal handles, which makes us feel a little more Dieter Rams, a little less school kid when we’re writing. You can get them here: http://www.ecosmartworld.com/ (where they have great customer service too, thanks Kerry!).

 

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