Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains

Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains
Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains
Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains
Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains
Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains

Nuno Deco pen – sparkly fabric marker for covering stains

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Do you have stains or discolouration that can't be removed? Fight them with sparkle power with these Japanese marking pens.

The gold pen has good coverage and the silver pen is slightly more sheer. Both pens are suitable for cotton and linen fabrics (including cotton and linen blends) and paper. They might not adhere well to some fabrics (e.g. brushed fabrics and synthetics) and can sometimes cause bleeding (e.g. delicate silky fabrics); spot testing is recommended.

To use:

  1. Shake the pen well. Lightly press it against scrap paper several times, soak the pen tip with ink, then try writing. If the ink is not mixed properly, it may bleed or the original colour may not appear. If too much ink or colour or a thin liquid comes out, wipe it off with a tissue or similar.
  2. Once the pen has passed the paper test, shake well again and test on an inconspicuous part of the garment, such as an inside seam. If bleeding appears on the fabric, discontinue use.
  3. Shake the pen well again, then create your mendy masterpiece.
  4. Wait until the ink is fully dry, then iron with a pressing cloth or piece of scrap fabric between the iron and your design, at the garment’s recommended temperature setting, to set the design and prevent fading with washing. (When decorating paper, there's no need to iron.)
  5. Wash and wear as usual. Washing the item inside a washing bag will help the design to last longer.

For best results store the pen with the pen tip facing up, keep the ink out of reach of children, and do not place the painted garment in direct sunlight or near a heat source.

Made in Japan and packaged in a plastic sleeve.

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This shop dispatches orders once a week so I can do alllll the things – including running this shop and running after two tiny tots – and enjoy my life. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.

I have a new work and childcare schedule for 2024 and am still working out the best schedule for postal dispatches; please allow approximately one week from time of purchase while I figure it all out.

Shipping carrier

I ship via Australia Post because it’s reliable, trackable and carbon-neutral

If you select Express Post at checkout, it will speed up Australia Post's delivery timeframe but won't speed up my process.

After your order has been packed, you will receive an email notification with your Australia Post tracking number, which you can use to check on the delivery status of your order.

International customers: click here for current Australia Post international delivery timeframes.

Shipping fees

I don’t offer free shipping because there is no such thing as free shipping. Someone has to pay the cost for postage.

Shipping is currently a flat rate of $12 within Australia ($17 Express Post); international shipping is calculated at checkout. Gift cards are delivered electronically and do not require shipping. 

International shipping

I ship worldwide with the exception of the UK, due to VAT regulations that came into effect on 1 January 2021. If you are in the UK you can order the UK edition of my book from your local bookshop.

Local delivery

Customers in Northcote, Thornbury and nearby suburbs (subject to capacity) can select local delivery at checkout. Local delivery is extra-slow and coincides with my pram-walking/kid-wrangling schedule, up to one week after purchase. ٩(。•́‿•̀。)۶

I choose to reuse

When shipping orders my first priority is to reuse packaging materials whenever possible – boxes, padded mailers, cardboard, paper, tissue paper, bubble wrap and egg cartons from neighbours, second-hand shops and recycling centres. I cannot guarantee the materials used to ship your order will be plastic-free for this reason.

My tags and labels are stamped by hand onto compostable paper tape or preloved cardboard packaging.

I buy recycled packaging

If I don’t have suitable second-hand packaging to use for your order, my next priority is packaging made from recycled materials. It's important to me to support Australian companies making good products from our recyclables, and to make sure that material gets a second life.

Tape

I use compostable, gummed kraft-paper tape to seal my parcels whenever possible. I have a second-hand tape wetter that I love, purchased from my local op shop. Gummed paper tape is available at most art-supply shops if you want to make the switch yourself!

Express Post orders will have official plastic "Express Post" tape added.

International orders with many items will have a plastic pocket taped to them, to accommodate additional paperwork required by customs.

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