The Sharpie CD/DVD Permanent Marker is specifically designed to write on CDs, DVDs and jewel cases, so whether you’re organizing your music collection or sharing your favorite media, these markers have you covered.
What pen can I use to write on a CD?
Use a Sharpie. Other markers may also work fine, but some may not. Sanford (the makers of Sharpie) tells us that some marker inks can eat into the plastic and may make a disc troublesome, even useless. Sharpie markets a range of markers they offer specifically for use with CD/DVD media, so we’re naming them.
Can you write on DVD RW?
Use your specific burning program to write new files to your DVD-RW disc. Depending on your burning software, you can use a “Multisession” option. This allows you to burn additional data or video to the DVD-RW disc after the initial burn.
What do CD markers mean?
CD markers, also known as CD antigens, are specific types of molecules found on the surface of cells that help differentiate one cell type from another. In fact, the initials “CD” stands for “cluster of differentiation,” the nomenclature of which was first established in 1982.
Are Sharpies safe for CDs?
They use the Sharpie markers on CDs internally as well, and do not believe that the Sharpie ink will cause any harm to their products. They will do just fine. I use Sharpies all the time for this with no ill effects. As long as it’s not something that will scratch the surface on the disc it will work.