June Gold Dry Erase Whiteboard Markers, 39 ct

Last updated date: October 13, 2020

DWYM Score

7.8

June Gold Dry Erase Whiteboard Markers, 39 ct

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We looked at the top Dry Erase Markers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Dry Erase Marker you should buy.

Editor's Note October 20, 2020:
Checkout The Best Dry Erase Marker for a detailed review of all the top dry erase markers.

Overall Take


In our analysis of 34 expert reviews, the June Gold June Gold Dry Erase Whiteboard Markers, 39 ct placed 10th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

June Gold presents a brilliant, colorful, and professional set of 39 dry erase whiteboard markers! With 13 unique colors these are great for Home, Schools & Offices. Features: (39) Colored Dry Erase Whiteboard Markers (3 Packs of 13 Colors) Chisel Tip & Low Odor Solid Lines, Vivid Colors, Quick Drying, and Smear Proof Erogonomic Shape with a Comfortable Grip Easily Erase from Whiteboards, Glass, and most Non-Porous Surfaces with a Cloth or Eraser Unused Markers Will Last 2 Years Before Drying Out Store Horizontal Conforms to ASTM D-4236 and EN71-9 Click ADD TO CART above to get yours now! Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back!

Expert Reviews

User Summarized Score

7.8
327 user reviews

What experts liked

It is low in odor and at the same time nontoxic as well.
- A Guide Pro
May 12, 2019 | Full review
The best part is that you can create thick or thin lines as per your requirements with chisel tips. The lines are dark and vivid for clear visibility from a long distance.
- Products Browser
August 6, 2019 | Full review
You would love the design of the handle as it allows for have a firm grip and thus write more smoothly.
- TopListly
April 13, 2019 | Full review
The body of this marker is perfectly sealed which prevents ink leakage hence can be kept in any position. The ink tank is a bit wider than another competitor which further adds to the reason for buying these.
- The Z9
August 23, 2019 | Full review
The great thing about the June Gold Dry Erase Markers is that they are easy to use and erase, low on odor, and they dry quickly. The chisel tip allows you to draw or write thick, solid lines as well as fine lines.
- Sea Salt and Pepper

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Our Expert Consultant

Amy Markham   
Artist and art educator

Artist and educator Amy Markham is the creator of Starling, a podcast dedicated to helping artists develop depth in their creative practice. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Amy has been an art educator since 2001. Today, she teaches middle school art at a school outside of Memphis, Tennessee. Her personal artwork explores myth-making and symbolic understandings. Through her brand, Starling Creative Living, she leads others to explore art production as a method for enriching their life experience.

An Overview On Dry Erase Markers

While whiteboards are most commonly used in classrooms and in business offices to give important presentations, they can be used just about anywhere. You can place them in the kitchen to keep track of grocery items that need to be restocked or in the garage to keep your spouse apprised of the current to-do list. Of course, you’ll need a quality set of dry erase markers to go with your whiteboard.

Amy Markham, an artist, middle school art teacher and the host of a creativity podcast, says: “I recently replaced the chalkboard in my classroom with a whiteboard and love not having to use chalk anymore, although finding the best dry erase markers has been a challenge. Some are streaky, some are too transparent and some dry out too quickly.” It helps to know exactly what you’re looking for before you make a purchase.

Start off by verifying that the dry erase markers are non-toxic. One way to know for sure is to spot the Art & Creative Materials Institute, Inc.’s certification label. It will say “AP Certified.” You definitely don’t want to take a chance using markers that may contain toxic chemicals when working with children. The Arteza Chisel Tip Dry Erase Markers, 52 ct is one of the brands that carry this seal.

Next, examine the marker’s tip. The EXPO Fine Tip Dry Erase Markers, 8 ct come with a fine tip. Fine tips are a better choice if you need to be precise. There are also models that have a thick tip for wider coverage, as well as versions, like the EXPO Chisel Tip Dry Erase Markers, 8 ct, that allow you to write and draw with both a fine tip and a broad stroke.

Don’t forget to keep colors in mind when shopping for dry erase markers. “You can purchase these in color sets or individually. Most people want to have multiple colors so that they can differentiate points or color code ideas,” says Markham.

Finally, determine what extra features you’d like the dry erase markers to have. For example, some models have a handy visibility window that reveals when your ink is getting close to running out. Markham points out that “some brands have an eraser on the end of the marker.” She does go on to warn that the erasers “tend to fall off and are often more trouble than they are worth.”

The Dry Erase Marker Buying Guide

  • When it comes to price, keep in mind that you tend to get what you pay for. “The inexpensive dry erase markers tend to use cheap materials for the tips, which results in fraying that makes the marker less effective.  It is worth it to spend more for a stronger tip that will withstand repeated use,” says Markham.
  • It is important to be careful while using dry erase markers, as the pigment in the ink will stain clothing.
  • You can use dry erase markers on glass, plastic storage food containers, metal file drawers, plastic sheet covers and even the windshield of your automobile.
  • If the tip of your dry erase marker dries out, you can revive it, so don’t toss it just yet. First, try turning the marker upside down with the cap on for a 24-hour period. If that doesn’t work, remove the felt tip and re-insert it with the moist side facing out.
  • Never use a dry erase marker on a surface like paper or cardboard. This will damage the tip of the marker, resulting in the need for a replacement much sooner than if you stuck to using the marker on its intended surfaces.
  • Use care when storing your dry erase markers. According to Markham, “Most brands will tell you to store them horizontally, although a few will tell you to store them vertically with the tip down. So, make sure to check what the brand of your choice suggests for storage. And, of course, make sure you hear the snap when you put the cap back on the marker. Keeping the cap on when not in use always adds to the lifespan of a marker.”
  • When comparing prices, you must first divide the cost of the dry erase marker set by the number of markers in the set. Even though the Arteza Chisel Tip Dry Erase Markers, 52 ct appears to cost more than the EXPO Chisel Tip Dry Erase Markers, 8 ct, the cost per marker is actually much cheaper. Don’t forget to take into consideration any special features. For example, the U Brands Low Odor Magnetic Dry Erase Marker commands a higher price, thanks to its contoured shape that keeps it from rolling off your table.