Marked Cards Versus Marking Cards With Luminous Ink

Marked Cards Versus Marking Cards With Luminous Ink

Marked Cards Versus Marking Cards With Luminous Ink: 

 

There are two ways to have marked cards. You can buy the luminous ink kit or invisible ink pen and mark your own cards or you can buy professionally marked cards from a magician supplier which will be marked professionally by a luminous ink printer. Each way has pros and cons and this article is going to go through each one.


Marking your own cards, this option may get tedious, but can save you money. Here are the pros and cons on utilizing this option. The positive effect of utilizing this option is that it is very inexpensive and you can mark them your way. Adding a symbol, letter, number, would all be custom to your needs! The cons of choosing this method is more experience and time related. The labor to paint just one deck of cards would cost you around 4-6 hours and then add in the experience factor! The first time you ever paint on a deck will be messy. It is not a simple process, it takes hours and try after try to learn how to perfection the process. The other con is that you can only use the luminous ink on paper based cards like Bicycle and Bee. The two effective products to use for this option would be the luminous ink kit or the luminous ink UV marking pen.


Buying marked cards from a magician supplier, this option is more expensive, but way better quality and less stressful. Here are the pros and cons on utilizing this option. The positive effect of utilizing this method is that it is very easy to click a button and order 1, 3-pack, 5-pack, or 10-pack of marked cards. The stress level is minimum and no experience is needed! The cards will be delivered professionally rewrapped to look brand new! Virtually any deck can be painted on so no need to worry on having a specific brand not an option. The marks will be invisible to the naked eye, yet they will be very clear with the best quality when you have the infrared sunglasses or infrared contacts equipped. The markings never fade and will be permanent. The only con for this method, which is a pretty big con is the financial cost. After reviewing 5 different sellers, we found that the average price of one deck of marked cards was around $50, the average price to bundle three decks was around $125, and the average price to bundle 10 decks was around $325. The research we found was that the best quality for the cheapest cost was from a magician supplier called How to Mark Cards.


In conclusion, we found that buying marked cards would be the most beneficial way, but obviously the more expensive option because it requires no effort or skill. Using the mark-it-yourself option, we found it to be inexpensive, but labor is required. Which option do you find better? With this new found knowledge did you change methods.



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