US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers review

I like writing cute little sayings on a chalkboard in George’s nursery with chalk.  It’s great to have different chalk colors, but some you can barely see. The chalk seems to always break into little pieces. There’s always the chalk dust that you have to blow away from the board. That’s where US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers comes in handy.

US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers

The liquid chalk markers write just like markers, but on a chalkboard. Very cool!

Here’s how to use the liquid chalk markers for the first time.  You take off the cap and hold the marker vertically. Press on the tip to release the pressure. Put the cap back on and shake the marker well for 10 seconds. Take off the cap and press the tip down on the chalkboard (which makes the pen go over the tip) for 30 seconds.  This allows the ink to go into the tip.  You can check on the ink by lifting it up to see if the ink is coming. You will see streaks of ink coming into the tip. You’re now ready to start drawing. Watch my video below on how to do get the ink flowing.

The US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers come in ten great colors: light blue, green, pink, white, bright yellow, black, orange, purple, brown and red. The colors are vivid. I tested the liquid chalk markers on chalkboards and whiteboards and it looked awesome. The marker flows so easily. It doesn’t make a mess and the clean-up is easy. No more chalk dust for me! 

US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers on a chalkboard

Love how it can be used on many things like whiteboards, glass windows, blackboards and chalkboards.

My only complaint was that the cap doesn’t fit on the back of the marker. I’m used to doing this with pens. It’s not a big deal, but I tend to lose things.

I’m definitely going to be using the great US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers instead of chalk since it looks so much better with bright colors.

There are lots of uses for the liquid chalk markers. This will come in handy for our next game night. We can write our names on our glasses and not lose our cup. It will be great to make beautiful signs filled with art for parties and George’s nursery. Labeling glass jars will be breeze with the chalk markers.

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Disclosure: This post was sponsored by US Bilby. All opinions are my own.

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25 Comments

  1. March 11 / 6:41 pm

    I’d use them in the Garage on a board to keep track of the car appointments. It would be wonderful for that. I could mark what had been finished and what was in the bay. What was next and more.

    • Jen
      March 11 / 8:03 pm

      The US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers would work great for your business.

  2. Cheryl
    March 18 / 6:11 pm

    I would use the US Bilby Liquid Chalk Markers for dinner menus and family memos.

    • Jen
      March 21 / 4:50 pm

      That would be a great use for the liquid markers.

  3. Lana Simanovicki
    March 19 / 8:24 pm

    I would decorate my windows with different things every day

    • Jen
      March 21 / 4:51 pm

      Great idea! What would you draw?

  4. Julie Waldron
    March 24 / 7:25 am

    This is funny(not haha funny 😉 ) because I just received some of these yesterday, I ordered them from Amazon. We had fun trying them out. I bought them for my daughters upcoming bridal shower & wedding to use on the chalkboard decorations. After that, I’d like to get a chalkboard for reminders, etc… to use them on.

    • Jen
      March 25 / 6:30 pm

      That is funny, Julie! They’re so much fun. I’m going to make a sign for our upcoming game night with them tonight.

  5. Veronica Morin
    April 1 / 8:05 pm

    I would use US Bilby Chalk Markers. They look like so much fun.

    • Jen
      April 3 / 11:47 pm

      The Liquid Chalk Markers are lots of fun. So colorful!

  6. elizabeth miller
    April 3 / 9:11 am

    these would be great for chalkboard designing or glass designing.

  7. Rajee Pandi
    April 4 / 11:34 am

    I would use them for checklist for recipes and groceries

    • Jen
      April 4 / 4:10 pm

      Great use for the liquid markers.

  8. Katharina
    April 5 / 5:23 am

    These would be great for a chalkboard used for upcoming events, family birthday reminders, and even the grocery list as I run out of things. 🙂

    • Jen
      April 10 / 10:45 am

      Great way to use the markers!

  9. laurie murley
    April 8 / 9:00 pm

    I would use them on my kitchen board to help everyone remember what has to been done and when we have to go somewheres

  10. Richard Hicks
    April 8 / 11:41 pm

    Would use them for quick grocery and errand lists

    • Jen
      April 10 / 10:51 am

      Would be handy for any kind of list.

  11. Barb Stenby
    April 9 / 4:54 am

    place cards for tea parties would be cute!

    • Jen
      April 10 / 10:52 am

      That would be great.

  12. K-Squared
    April 9 / 2:16 pm

    The treasure chest – offers a great item I can use as a part of my presentation at special events like that of a play that we’re doing known as Captain World Adventure…. – thus the funds raised will be used to build (we need desks, laptop, software etc.) an after school computer lab & after-work place where adults can come to learn to use a computer & software. And on weekends have elders come to learn the computer via appointment!

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  13. Lily Kwan
    April 9 / 11:47 pm

    I would use them to draw posters.

    • Jen
      April 10 / 10:53 am

      That would look great.

    • Jen
      April 10 / 10:53 am

      I bet it would look cool. I still haven’t used it on glass yet.

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