Quick Fix: How to Remove Permanent Marker

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Quick Fix: How to Remove Permanent Marker

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Quick Fix:  How to Remove Permanent Marker

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Did your little ones get some permanent marker on the couch, the table or the wall? What a mess! But not to worry; here are some easy fixes for permanent marker on your stuff.  Always test a little spot in a hidden area to make sure the fix doesn’t damage the surface!

Anti-bacterial Hand Sanitizer: Works great on kitchen surfaces, like countertops!

Rubbing Alcohol:  You can also use rubbing alcohol.  In the science lab, we would use alcohol to remove permanent marker from our test tubes & beakers.

Toothpaste: Use white toothpaste to get permanent marker off of your dining room table. Let the toothpaste sit on the area for about five minutes, then wipe away. If you only have gel toothpaste around, use a mix of baking soda a little water to make a paste instead!

Magic Erasers: Mr. Clean’s Magic Erasers are the best scrubbers on the market, and are safe on most surfaces!

Nail polish remover: Awesome for getting permanent marker off of your fingers.

What do you use to remove permanent marker in your home?

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