How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

+ than erase the marker, + than erase the permanent marker, + than remove the marker spots + from the markerHow to erase a permanent marker - this question becomes one of the parents' shit when the child turns two years old. Carly Wood, editor of HomeLife Media and a mother of a 2.5 year old daughter, shares the secrets of how to get the marker out.

Oooh, this hated moms of all the earth is a permanent marker that brings chaos and destruction. One careless movement - the cap flies off, and your carpet, furniture, clothing, toys, and car resemble spoiled trash. But we say "NO" to the fear of marker stains! Try not to panic, but calm down and remember these simple tips than erase a permanent marker.

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Wooden floor and furniture
If yourmischievous artistspreads his painting beyond the paper, deciding that the permanentmarker isthe choice of fate, then you probably will soon see "creativity" on an expensive wooden table or floor.

To erase a permanent marker, put some tooth powder on the stains from the marker, leave it for a couple of minutes, and then rub it with a rag. You may have to do this more than once, but I personally made sure that it works! You can also try to wipe the stains off the marker with alcohol or peanut butter to send the hated marks on the shelf!

Walls
At least once in a lifetime, a child must decide thatthe wall iscanvas.
How to erase the marker in this case? Try to use tooth powder to remove the marker, hairspray (try first onsomea small section to see or it will not spoil the gloss on the wallpaper), or even Mr. Proper cleaning powder.

If you use tooth powder or varnish, let them soak before rubbing with a rag. To derive a marker, multiple interventions may be required.

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clothing
Hate stains on clothes?Marker isthe worst possible option, because, most likely, it could have been avoided.

Before you begin to remove stains from the marker, put a towel so that the paint does not flow to the other side. Then carefully try one of these cleaning products: alcohol antiseptic for hands, automotive lubricant (WD-40), hairspray, vinegar, medical alcohol, cream or lemon juice.

Do not rub any of the above in the fabric, as this will absorb the fabric. Just leave a small amount on the stain itself and blot with a cloth before washing.

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Plastic (baby dolls)

Sometimes, when a marker falls into the hands of a child, a doll may suddenly have a mustache or eyebrow.

Try using a cleaning agent on the stain from the marker, let it soak in, and then wipe. Another option is to remove the marker, smear the stain on the marker with a mixture of baking soda and water, and then rub it.

You can also try sunscreen (yeah, strange, I know), medical alcohol, eraser and other household cleaners for different surfaces.

White board
Not strange thatsomeoneof you could have grabbed the wrong marker and write on the family writing boardanythingprecisely permanent marker. Before asanythingto take, write over your record with your special marker. And then try to bring the record.

If it doesn't work out, try wiping off the marker with nail polish remover. Be careful, start with a small area, if acetone suddenly spoils the board surface.

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Carpet

As if there were not enough stains on the carpet, there was also a marker missing! Distilled vinegar to the rescue! Well, or hairspray with medical alcohol. Treat the stain on the carpet as you would with the stain on the carpet.clothes notrub the stain. Dab the product on them and blot several times until the stain disappears.


Computer or other flat screen
You can, of course, invent more sophisticated ways to spoilanythingin the house, except drawing on the screens. Try wiping traces with a baby wipe, and if it doesn’t work, good old toothpaste will try to do its duty.
 

Stainless steel
Do not cry if your favoritehandsome fridgewas spoiled! Try to remove stains with a special dry sponge for a marker, toothpaste or medical alcohol.

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  • How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains

    How to erase a permanent marker: 8 ways to get rid of stains