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How to Restore Dried-Up Sharpies

by Antonia Sorin
Although Sharpie brand permanent markers are relatively inexpensive, it can be a pain to go out and get a new one if the marker happens to dry up in the middle of writing something and you need to finish your task. Sharpie markers cannot be refreshed indefinitely, but you can stretch the ink a littl...
Lisa Rachelle
Lisa Rachelle • 2 years ago

How to Restore Dried-Up Sharpies

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