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.
Permanent markers. The bane of every mothers existence. Rarely do we need a marker to be permanent, but we all have them on hand for those times that we do. Somehow our kids sniff them out just like the secret mommy chocolate stash in the pantry! Now mind you, my boys have a craft table in our kitchen complete with jars neatly organized w