Soften the crayon by blowing hot air on it with a hair dryer, then wipe with a clean cloth with a little baby oil on it. Works great!
By PICO from ST. PAUL, ALBERTA
I use fabric softner sheets. I just scrub the wall or whatever with them and it comes right off! (01/24/2006)
I've used the foamy shaving cream on tables and the like to clean up crayon so I'm sure it would work on walls as well. I've also heard it works great for most carpet stains and the like. (01/25/2006)
My daughter has 2 young children and crayons have also been a problem for her. She bought the Mr. Clean Eraser Sponges. It worked great! It's made for things that have pitted surfaces like some vinyl-coated refrigerators or plastered walls. I have used it on my leather couch and it worked wonderfully. (01/26/2006)
I used the hair dryer and baby oil and it worked great! I am amazed! (10/18/2006)
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