Laser Marking Spray Can - Charcoal for Glass & Ceramic


Regular price $54.99

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Permanent Laser Marking

Permanent Laser Marking
Creates a solid, permanent charcoal mark when laser engraved on glass or ceramic

Fully Tested Fully Tested
Weather, Chemical, and Abrasion Durability 
Superior Formulation Superior Formulation
Non-Clumping - Easy to Work With
Made in the USA Made in the USA
From domestic and foreign components

Enduramark Charcoal Laser Marking Spray creates a solid charcoal laser engraving on glass or ceramic. 

After laser engraving, the unused residual material applied to the metal is easily removed with water.

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***Note: A minimum laser output of 20 watts is required. 

Patents Pending

CALIFORNIA PROP 65 WARNING: This product can potentially expose you to chemicals, including Crystalline Silica/Quartz, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to

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Sandra S.
United States United States
Works Great!

Awesome product! I only wish there was a white version.

Scott C.
United States United States
This stuff works

Ive been using Enduramark for over a year now and its very consistent with the results I get. That there is worth the money.

Gerard M.
United States United States

just on my first application will keep you posted

Timothy D.
United States United States
Works Great!

Excellent. Glad that you hit me with a Facebook ad. I had never successfully laser etched ceramic so this adds another dimension to our capabilities. Thanks!

David M.
United States United States
Laser Marking spray for Glass and Ceramic

The Charcoal Laser Marking spray for ceramic and Glass performed just as expected. The results were that I ended up with my glass etching having a charcoal gray color. This makes it stand out better than just the plain sandblasting that a normal laser etching leaves

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