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Crabby Nanners
Crabby Nanners • 2 years ago

dried out marker container-Teacher also uses this for collecting dried out Sharpie Markers "...because they too can be revitalized using NAIL POLISH REMOVER. Yes! It works! Just soak the tip in a little bit of the nail polish remover and recap the sharpie. Overnight, the liquid refreshes the ink!"

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