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Removing Crayon From Walls

A damp cloth with baking soda will take crayon off your walls. Don't rub hard! Just rub gently and firmly until the stain comes off.

By Robin


Removing Crayon Marks

Crayon marks on walls? This worked wonderfully! A damp rag, dipped in baking soda. Comes off with little effort!

By Chell (03/04/2005)

By ThriftyFun

Removing Crayon From Walls

Use Zippo lighter fluid or any lighter fluid that is on sale.

Put a little lighter fluid on a paper napkin and wipe off the crayon mark.

It takes crayon marks off blackboards, walls (painted as well as wallpapered), computers, wood floors, and toys.


I have found baking soda can scratch surfaces and takes paint off the wall.

(b)(/b) (03/18/2005)

By Irma_Lorraine

Crayon marks on walls?

This worked wonderfully! A damp rag, dipped in baking soda. Comes off with little effort (elbow grease that is!).

By Diana (05/05/2005)

By ThriftyFun

Removing Crayon From Walls

Thank you for the baking soda tip it worked great! (11/08/2005)

By amanda

Removing Crayon From Walls

Baking soda and water kind of worked to remove the crayon marks. But it also took off some of the paint (flat paint). Try toothpaste on a toothbrush-awesome! (01/05/2006)

By Maegan

Removing Crayon From Walls

Toothpaste and toothbrush work liked magic. Took everything off without damage to my walls. I tried the baking soda with a damp cloth and it didn't work half as well or as fast as the toothpaste did. It also took some paint off my walls when I used the baking soda method. I know what to use next time. (01/15/2006)

By Lynn

Removing Crayon From Walls

If you catch your child in the act.. you can use a regular SOS pad and water. The toothpaste and the baking soda didn't seem to work. (01/15/2006)

By Rebecca

Removing Crayon From Walls

WOW toothpaste and a toothbrush really does work I was very shocked. I thought i would never get it off without having to repaint. Thanks! (02/03/2006)


By Jenny

Removing Crayon From Walls

Toothpaste did the trick. It worked great. Baking soda didn't work for me. It took off the paint and still didn't remove the crayon. Now I will always use toothpaste when my little one decides she wants to use my walls as paper with her crayons. (03/01/2006)

By Suzanne

Removing Crayon From Walls

Toothpaste worked like a charm! Thanks so much! (03/15/2006)

By Maria

Removing Crayon From Walls

Toothpaste and a toothbrush worked very well on varnished pine. Thanks for the tip! (04/10/2006)

By Todd

Removing Crayon From Walls

I used the lighter fluid, as previously suggested, it worked, but I ran out. So I thought about using some oil lamp fluid, and it worked just as well. Our wall paint is somewhat glossy, this may not work well on no-gloss/flat paint which be too porous, (08/15/2006)

By david ross

Removing Crayon From Walls

To make the toothpaste method work, just put it on with your fingers and rub it it in a little, not all the way though! After that just leave it on for about 5-10 minutes. Last, just use the toothbrush in circular motions and wipe it off. (08/17/2006)

By Hayl

Removing Crayon From Walls

"Magic Eraser" My new favorite product - works great on things I never thought I could get clean. Don't rub too hard. (08/17/2006)

By pinkchic

Removing Crayon From Walls

I used the toothpaste and tooth brush on low gloss paint and it worked wonderfully. (11/20/2006)

By Mom of 3

Removing Crayon From Walls

I just tried the magic eraser pad, the new white ones. Wow, worked like a charm with no elbow grease. i hadn't really figured out what those things could be used for since they're rather fragile, but for crayon marks, Wow! (11/20/2006)

By jeanne

Removing Crayon From Walls

Hair spray works very well. (07/17/2007)

By sharan

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