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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.
Erase permanent marker. Use it to organize your pantry. Leave notes on bathroom mirror, microwave, ect... and even use it in your planner!! Label binder tabs and change them when needed or laminate paper to write your 'to do' list on. Once everything on the list is done just erase it and make another list instead of wasting paper.