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To make your own shapeable ice pack: Mix 1 part rubbing alcohol with 3 parts water in a ziploc bag and put in the freezer. (The alcohol will prevent the water from freezing completely.) When it’s frozen, wrap with a towel or cloth of some sort and apply. Tip: If the mixture freezes too hard, just add a little more alcohol. If it’s too slushy, add a little more water.

Lift off hair-spray residue from bathroom walls. Spray a mixture of one part rubbing alcohol, two parts water, and a dash of dishwashing liquid onto vinyl wallpaper or semigloss (not flat) paint. Wipe clean.

very handy tip for around the home - remove permanent marker. Find more tips on The WHOot

How to remover permanent marker. I'm sure I will be glad I pinned this some day. Tips on how to remove from skin to floors.

Permanent Marker Removal Tips. I have a feeling I will need this! #DIY

How to Remove Permanent Marker ~ Did the kiddos get a little “creative” with their coloring? Cleaning things up isn’t so hard with this tip: Try covering the marks with toothpaste (just plain–not the gel kind) then scrub off with a damp cloth. I’ve tried this on wood paneling, painted walls and even a porcelain doll face.

Used toothpaste to remove Sharpie from our finished wood table and it worked perfectly without damaging the wood! Use the white toothpaste (not gel) and scrub a little and the Sharpie came right out! So happy!

How To Remove Permanent Marker - doesn't mention tea tree oil, but that works incredibly well!

Wow! GOOD to know and hopefully remember ;-)

Rubbing Alcohol --Lift off hair-spray residue from bathroom walls. Spray a mixture of one part rubbing alcohol, two parts water, and a dash of dishwashing liquid onto vinyl wallpaper or semigloss (not flat) paint. Wipe clean. Also removes permanent marker from countertops and walls. Pour a bit of alcohol onto a cotton ball and rub on the stain. (Spot test on a hidden area first.)

I JUST used one of the many hairsprays in my bathroom that I never use on my hair to clean up my sweet boys beautiful silver sharpie creation on my Cherry cabinets!!!! LIFE SAVER :) Use toothpaste to remove permanent marker from wood, walls, dry erase boards or anything that has been permanent marker tattooed, including children!