Bingo Paper


Bingo Daubers

If you didn’t know, bingo daubers are used by bingo players to mark bingo sheets after a number is called out during the game. Bingo daubers come in a variety of colors, shapes and styles. Our daubers contain 3 or 4 ounces of bingo ink which can last around 4-8 bingo sessions. Of course, this will vary depending on the number of games played, types of bingo games and other factors.

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What types of different bingo ink is found in most bingo daubers? In most daubers, you’ll find either standard ink or fluorescent ink. Occasionally, a certain line of ink may be a bit specialized (Dazzle Daubers with their marks filled with glitter comes to mind), but most dauber manufacturers stick with these two basics.

Standard Bingo Ink – Found in dauber brands like Dab-O-Ink and other mainstays of the bingo industry, standard ink provides colorful marks with minimal running. They are less vibrant than fluorescent bingo ink, but also less costly. Typically, these reliable dauber lines are used by the cost conscious bingo players and bingo halls.

Bingo daubers containing standard bingo ink usually come in the following colors: Aqua, Blue, Green, Magenta, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red and Yellow.

Fluorescent Bingo Ink – Found in popular dauber lines like Sunsational, fluorescent bingo ink packs a vibrant and colorful punch. Making for more bright and vivid dabs, fluorescent bingo markers are extremely popular.

Bingo daubers containing fluorescent bingo ink usually come in the following colors: Blue, Coral, Green, Lilac, Lime Green, Magenta, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Sky Blue, Teal, and Violet.

Okay, we’ve seen them called “bingo dabbers”, “bingo dobbers” and “bingo daubers”. Which one is correct? The most common spelling in the industry for bingo markers is “bingo daubers”, but all three spellings are used quite frequently.