Removing Sharpie From Any Wooden Furniture
Did the kids get a little “creative” with their color? Cleaning things are not so hard with this advice:
Try to cover the marks with toothpaste and scrub with a damp (not just the type of gel). I tried on wooden panels, painted walls and even a doll’s porcelain face.
Works like a charm for me, but it did not work so well for you? Do not worry, there is a list of ideas below.
First, an experiment is attempted on a wooden table that had old stains permanent markers. Another several years of abuse. I decided to try the toothpaste and raise enough.
What I did: I rubbed some in, I stopped for a minute or two, then took a soap, a damp cloth (excess water squeezed out) and stains that go with the grain of the wood rubbed. I had to apply a little pressure, but it worked!
Warning: Be careful with the use of toothpaste, be sure to choose a normal type containing no abrasive. Especially when you are working on articles with a fine finish (wood furniture), because it does not scratch the surface.
Here are some tips for organizing drives in the comment box below (for use on wood, walls, floors, clothing, all kinds of things):
- Colorful field with a dry eraser marker, clean the affected area and should draw the inkwell.
- Try clearing with an eraser.
- Spray on top of sunscreen (do not let the wood too long or there may be damage).
- Apply some hairspray.
- Insecticide spraying ink.
- Mix 3/4 cup of household ammonia with 1 liter of water and take the clothing or clothing in the solution (binder bucket
- Clean clothes in a plastic garbage bag for 24 hours).
- Dry them with baby wipes.
- Sanitizer gel hands rubbed into place, then dragged done a good job.
Have I lost the tried and true remedy? Please share in the comments section!