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  • Carolyn {Gift Of Simplicity}

    How to Remove Ink Stains From a Plastic Baby Doll Never know when I might need this! Use this very unlikely remedy of Clearasil Stayclear Vanishing Acne Cream. HA! That’s right. 1. Pull back the doll’s hair and remove any clothing that is near to avoid bleaching it. 2. Liberally apply 10% benzoyl peroxide acne treatment cream to any areas with ink. Be careful to avoid the eyebrows. We now have a Barbie without eyebrows. So much for Barbie being perfect. After removing one doll’s eyebrows, I began to use a q-tip to make sure I avoided any areas that I didn’t want to be bleached. 3. Lay the doll in the sun. Emma’s dolls took two applications to completely remove the ink. My mom’s took four since Chloe had skillfully and repeatedly scribbled in one spot and it had sat on the doll longer. Just keep reapplying until the ink is completely gone.

  • Mimi Foster

    Remove ink stains from a baby doll.. I so remember doing this as a little girl, then trying to clean it off by licking my fingers and trying to rub it off.

  • Beth Collins

    Removing Ink Stains from Plastic Dolls using acne treatment cream and sunlight

  • Lydia Melo

    How to remove ink from a baby doll face... When I emailed American Girl, they recommended this as well - Clearasil? Wow!

  • Angela Bergen

    Dana Ellis: learning life's lessons the hard way so you don't have to: Tuesday's Tips--How to Remove Ink from a Plastic Doll

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