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  • Diane K.

    How to Remove Permanent Marker - From clothing +: hand sanitizer From painted walls: toothpaste or hairspray or Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser From carpet: white vinegar, pour on, cover w/ towel, gently blot, do not rub From wood cabinets: rubbing alcohol From a stove: white vinegar From a wood floor: rubbing alcohol to take out most, then tea tree oil, then toothpaste for the last From 3 year-old: tea tree oil worked & is non-toxic to remove marker on his face (he drew “tiger eyebrows” of course)

  • Anna Robertson Brimhall

    permanent marker remover tips, I think everyone with kids needs this!

  • Heather Aselton

    Man kids always get permanent marker on stuff, really cannot wait to try this out. Just in case I need this someday... This dear woman has done the research for me. Why I LOVE Pinterest. :)

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