My kids had a red permanent marker and they both colored on my great grandma's chair and also on my oak wood coffee table. How do I get it off with out damaging my furniture?
By Sarah from Watauga, TX
I cant take credit for this, I got it from here. I tried it and it worked! Use a dry erase marker. (04/16/2010)
Please check an inconspicuous spot first But I have found that sometimes it will come of with rubbing alcohol. On painted walls I've had success getting permanent marker of with the magic eraser. (04/18/2010)
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