How to Remove Permanent Sharpie Marker Stains

Obviously, use common sense when deciding which product to use to remove permanent marker stains from a surface. Like, don’t rub your kid’s skin with a Magic Eraser or Bleach. And don’t complain to me when you ruin your furniture or carpet by using these items. They’re just suggestions. If anyone has something else to add to the list, please comment!

  1. Soapy Water (for glass)
  2. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (for walls)
  3. Nail Polish with Acetone (for plastics)
  4. Bleach
  5. Hairspray
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