|Use white sidewalk chalk to color in pavement marking stencil and set with hair spray for best result.
|At least 10 chalk sticks per pavement marking.
|$20 for a 72 pack.
|Demo: 1 day to 1 month installation
|Where white pavement markings are needed but fast removal is a requirement, consider using sidewalk chalk with hairspray. This technique often involves using a stencil to guide application, applying as heavily as possible, and then using hair spray to "set" the chalked area.
|Appropriate for very short-term projects.
|Use large railroad chalk sticks -- thin chalk sticks will not hold up to heavy drawing for road markings.
|Once chalk drawing is complete, fan the area to remove as much chalk dust as possible before applying hair spray.
|Not an ideal approach to large areas, but works well for sharrows or a handful of bike lane markings. With many hands, you can quickly color in your designs, set the chalk, and enjoy!
|Buy from local supermarket, hardware, or art supply store.
|Use a handmade or borrowed stencil to guide chalk application.