Cleaning Permanent (Sharpie) Marker from Leather Furniture

Unfortunately it is not uncommon to get Sharpie marks on your leather couch. This is a guide about cleaning permanent (Sharpie) marker from a leather couch.

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Question: Permanent Marker on White Leather Furniture

By katie 1

I got permanent marker on my new white leather chairs! There are two small dots around 1 cm x 1 cm. I tried cleaning them with detergent straight away and they've faded. I've tried hairspray as well. My parents are going to kill me. Please help!

Katie

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By Heather L. 1 Flag

April 29, 2015

Sunscreen in a aerosol spray can is DEFINITELY the answer. My 5 year old got red sharpie marker on my white leather sofa, and it came right off with sunscreen.

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Question: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

By becky 1

How can I get Sharpie permanent marker off my cream leather sofa?

By Becky from Norfolk, Great Britain

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By Susan Sanders-Kinzel 10 2,498 Flag

December 30, 2003

Try a little nail polish remover on a Q-Tip in a place that won't be too noticeable. If it seems to be working, try it some more. The biggest risk is that it will also take off the leather dye.

I've also heard that Goo Gone and Ditto Fluid work.

Susan

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By Brandy Stubblefield 1 Flag

October 11, 2010

So, I finally found the cure to the silver Sharpie on the black leather sectional. It's called Leather CPR and you can get it at Bed Bath & Beyond for $12. You simply apply it with a clean sponge. I did have to scrub it with the coarse side "lightly" where the marker was. However, to do the entire 7 seat sectional, it took me about 45 min. to condition it. So not only did I get the marker out, but the couches look brand new! And unlike the other postings, I have posted the before picture (in the blog below this one) and an after picture here. I hope this has helped.

But word of advice before trying anything on your furniture, you should ALWAYS try it on a small piece of the couch, like the bottom or somewhere you wouldn't notice if it messes it up.

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Question: Removing Permanent Marker from Golf Club Cover

Does anyone know of anything else that would work on permanent marker that has been on a golf head cover for a while? My husband marks everything with his name and now he's is selling his hybrid golf clubs with covers.

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By Heather W. 1 Flag

August 11, 2014

My two year old managed to get a hold of my Betsy Johnson wallet and a black sharpie. I loosened the ink with shaving cream, wiped it off and then removed the remainder of the stain with hairspray. Be very careful, the hairspray took some of the wallet's pink and purple pigment, not enough to notice on the wallet, but the paper towel had a pink tinge to it.

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Question: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My daughter recently marked on my friend's leather couch with a Sharpie permanent marker! How in the world can I get that out? Please help.

Barbara

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By Lynn 1 Flag

February 26, 2011

My kids had Sharpie marked a friend on a sleep over and it had gone onto my 15 month old ivory leather settee. I looked through this website and spray sunsceen seemed most popular to remove the stain. I tried Banana Boat spray factor 50 and it came off straight away. It really works. What a relief:) You have to use a spray (I tried a cream first and it didn't do much).

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Question: Removing Sharpie Marker on Suede Leather Couch

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By Roger

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My 18 month old daughter recently got a hold of a brown sharpie permanent marker. She wrote all over our new Italian leather couch. The couch is a sandy color, and leather cleaner hasn't worked. Any answers would be appreciated.

schamberg14

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RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Try a little nail polish remover on a Q-Tip in a place that won't be too noticeable. If it seems to be working, try it some more. The biggest risk is that it will also take off the leather dye.

I've also heard that Goo Gone and Ditto Fluid work.

Susan (12/30/2003)

By ThriftyFun

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I had the same problem. Do not use any cleaners or solvents on your leather. It'll ruin it by drying out the leather and "setting" the marker. You need to take it to a professional leather restorer. No lie. The ink in the permanent marker is so close to the dye in your leather that they sort of mix together, making it extremely difficult to "clean off".

Depending on how deeply the marker soaked into the leather, they may have to strip all the color out of the leather and then redye it. If you are really lucky, they may not have to go to that extreme, but they will only know by looking at it. They use special chemicals for mixing the color of the dye (which is a bit of an art), as well as for sealing and curing the dye, which is why you can't do this at home.

Also, there are different qualities of leather and different dying techniques. If you can, look at the underside of the leather. Does the color go all the way through, or is it white? If the color goes all the way through, it is easier for them to fix. Also, call around. I only had a small spot on one pillow, but was quoted $300 by one place and $75 by another. Turns out the $75 guy was a retiree who still did a few jobs, and who had trained in the $300 guy a few years earlier. Good luck and let me know how it goes. (01/05/2004)

By 3grlmom

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Do not use hair spray it takes the dye out of the product you are trying to repair. (05/02/2004)

By Buck

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I had dark blue hearts on my cream leather couch. I found the best thing that worked was feminine deodorant spray and it didn't damage the leather, as far as I can see. (06/22/2004)

By zoenikkole

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Axe Body Spray and Q-Tips Worked amazingly well, when nothing else seemed to work. It even leaves the couch smelling nice. haha (04/04/2005)

By Mike

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Whatever you do, do not use nail polish remover on soft leather couches as it will remove the top layer of the leather. (05/24/2005)

By Lindsey

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

You should really try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Sponges. You can get them at almost any store now. They work great and cost about $1 each. I don't know how they work, but they work. That's all that counts. I now keep a bunch of them on hand at all time. (07/12/2005)

By KR4357

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I have seen a lot of ideas, but isn't leather "sensitive"? You could try baby wipes or Armour All wipes (orange I think). Good Luck. (08/01/2005)

By shesbertsernie

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I tried a little acetone (nail polish remover) with a Q-tip. And after I cleaned the sofa with leather cleaner and then protected with leather protector. So it brought back the original luster of the leather. (08/20/2005)

By Jennifer

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My 2 yr old wrote with black sharpie marker on our lazy boy leather couch and I tried everything to get it out. Finally I used Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and it took it right off. Test on small area before using on a large area. (01/09/2006)

By Brandi, AL

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

You all rule. Thank you for the great info. I used Coppertone spray sunscreen (mostly alcohol) and it came right off. Thank you, thank you. (04/25/2006)

By coopnduncsmom

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I just have a little warning about Mr. Clean Magic Erasers, they take the dye out of the leather. I have the same sharpie issue and that's what happened to my couch when I tried it. Cool insight on the axe body spray, I'm going to head out now to buy some and try it out.
If the Axe body spray can remove sharpie marker out of leather, what effect can it have on our skin and internal organs (especially our glands, etc.) with such powerful penetration power. It's just something that makes you say hmm. (05/20/2006)

By Natalie

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My 2 year old colored on my new black leather couch and love seat with a black sharpie marker. I used a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and it pretty much took it all off. A word of advice though do not clean the marks with water first, because I did that on our couch and the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser did not work very well on those spots. (08/23/2006)

By Stephanie S.

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Alcohol did not work. Nail polish did not work. Neutrogena sun block did work. Good luck to everyone. (11/05/2006)

By Lisa

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My 3 yr old got a hold of a black sharpie and drew a circle on my brown dark leather couch. I tried the Magic Eraser, but that is more for light colored couches. I tried the Coppertone 30spf and it worked great. I had to rub it in and massage it into the couch, but it is very faint now and my husband did not even notice until I pointed it out. Good Luck. (03/18/2007)

By Colleen

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Wish I never visited this website and read these postings. I just tried polish remover and rubbing alcohol and both severely took off the finish of my leather couch and the marker is still there. Now it's ruined for sure, beware of advice over the internet.

Editors Note: I'm sorry to hear about your couch, but you make a good point. You should try any stain removing fix in an inconspicuous area of your couch first to make sure that you are not compounding the problem. (04/02/2007)

By upset

Sharpie Pen and Leather Couches

My grand-daughter had a sleepover and the girls wrote all over their arms with sharpies. My grand-daughter fell asleep on the white leather couch with purple sharpie pen marks on her arms. The couch was covered with "SKATER CHICK" and happy faces. Before I freaked, I looked here and sifting thru the miracles and decided to try Professional Shaping Hair Spray. I tried it in an inconspicuous spot first and after witnessing the miracle continued on and in 10 minutes it was all gone. No stripping. Gone. Thanks. (06/02/2007)

By Terri

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My daughter just wrote all over our leather couch with a marker. We used everything we could find, but the thing that worked the best and actually got it off was my aftershave (not cream).
We used the nail polish remover, but it started to damage the leather and didn't remove much of it.
The color dulled some with the aftershave, but we put on leather proctector cream and it's shine came right back. (10/11/2007)

By Adam

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

FYI our daughter has virtually marked up everything in our house with a sharpie at one time or another. Rather than using body sprays as some have suggested in this forum, try alcohol it works the best. Markers have alcohol in them to keep the ink from drying. The higher the alcohol content, the more the marker comes out. (12/24/2007)

By Jeremy

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

We used Off Skintastic bug spray and rinsed. Every thing is like new. It saved a new couch. (06/23/2008)

By Armida

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Hand sanitizer also worked on my leather couch, but be sure it has alcohol in it. (07/20/2008)

By vvss123

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I tried the alcohol on my leather sofa. It worked, but it took the color off, also. Now it is worse than ever. (07/29/2008)

By Rita

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

OK. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is the devil. I had a 2 inch Sharpie mark on my tan leather sofa. The eraser left the marker an just stripped the tan color and finish. Tried hair spray and body spray (didn't work) and finally hand sanitizer took it out. However there is a large light spot on my sofa. (08/10/2008)

By Andrea

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My dog got hold of a Sharpie and went straight to the couch. Great. Thankfully, there wasn't more than a short streak (glad I got to to him fast enough). I used Axe aerosol body spray and its totally gone.

Be careful with this. I have a small spot (1 inch by 1/2 inch or so) of leather that the dye seems to have been lifted. It's small white spots dotting the texture of the leather. Its much less noticeable than a black streak on a tan couch, but please, be careful. (09/27/2008)

By Brandon

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I tried the hand sanitizer, it worked pretty good, you can still see a little bit of the marker, but it looks so much better. Make sure you use a Q-tip when applying the sanitizer because it does take the color away a little bit. Good Luck. (12/09/2008)

By Nikki Marie

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Do not use the Axe body spray. I sprayed it on a towel and wiped the leather down. It took the color right off of my couch in 2 seconds. Beware. (01/04/2009)

By Josh B.

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My 2 yr. old son wrote all over my yellow leather sofas with red permanent marker. We didn't see it for several hours. I tried: baby wipes, sunscreen, magic eraser, saddle soap, and WD40. None of them worked. The eraser was taking the color off along with the marker. The others did nothing. So, I used Avon's Skin So Soft body spray. I put it on a cloth and rubbed lightly until it all came off. It was like magic. I thought these sofa's were ruined. Now, they are as good as new. You can't tell the red marker was ever there. (01/14/2009)

By Shannel

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I had a very large blue sharpie stain on my tan leather couch. I tried leather cleaner spray cleaners and everything I could think of. I finally used Hawaiian Tropic sunblock spf 45 and it finally came off with no discoloration. Do not use alcohol based products will cause discoloration. (01/26/2009)

By Beth

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I just used Chrome by Azzaro men's aftershave. Sprayed it on a little, lightly rubbed it off, then spayed again. Then used leather conditioner. (02/23/2009)

By Tobias

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I also used Coppertone Water Babies spf 40 to remove black sharpie marks on my dark brown leather chair. Thank goodness. Anything with alcohol would take the color right out. (02/25/2009)

By Tracy

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How do I remove marker from a leather couch?

By agpoon from Wichita, KS

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Shaving cream, without menthol. I've used it on old saddles, ball gloves, and belts. It's simply wonderful. If the leather is old and stiff put it on, let set over night, then add some fresh while rubbing it all off. Feels like new. (08/14/2009)

By pjcustar

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

Lighter fluid will remove markers. I have used it on leather shoes and clothes. Keep FLAMES AWAY TILL DRY. Put some on a paper towel and blot the marker off. (08/14/2009)

By rosbucs

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

The Casite Company has a line of QuickWorks products; that is only available online; but they have a leather cleaning product that works pretty well for these stains. I've also heard that they are working on a new product called Ink Gone or something like that; designed specifically to remove Sharpie/permanent marker, it's supposed to be available by the end of October. They also have a Satisfaction Guarantee. Which in these situations is really helpful. (10/02/2009)

By zwendyjo

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I have had a dark brown leather (untreated) living room set for just under a week and my daughter got at the Chesterfield with a dark blue Sharpie. After reading many posts on this forum I decided to try Off Kids Skintastic bug spray. After trying it on the bottom of the couch I was satisfied that it would not ruin the leather. Immediately after spraying it on the effected area I could see the difference. The color started to wash away easily. For larger marks I had to spray twice, but it all came off. It's amazing, I can't even tell it was there.

Before you try any home remedies, always test in an inconspicuous area. You never know what could happen. Most things can be washed out even though it says permanent. (11/04/2009)

By Xyko

Archive: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

I was watching my boyfriend's two kids and they got green coloring permanent marker on his brother's beige leather couch cushions. I'd like to help remove the stain. What will remove it safely?

By Carla from Grants Pass, OR

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I had to post this for you all because a day after getting a new white Italian leather sofa my 2 yr old decided to take bright pink permanent marker and add some "color". I was in shock, but I found an awesome cleaner in my search to get it out, Goop. It worked like a charm and even gets permanent marker off wood, linoleum, certain paint, and best of all - fabrics! :) (10/01/2010)

By Nichette

RE: Sharpie Marker on Leather Couch

My son got a hold of a silver Sharpie and got it all over our black leather sectional. I've tried it all. The nail polish remover, sunscreen, lighter fluid, Magic Eraser, and body sprays all stripped the leather. (Thankfully, I tried it on a small spot on the bottom, back underside of the couch.) As for the wipes, hand sanitizer (both alcohol and alcohol-free), Oxi-clean, and green spray had "no" results. It didn't even fade the metallic marker. I am in desperate need of advice. If anyone knows any secrets, please help. Again, it's not just in one spot, it's all over. (10/11/2010)

By Brandy

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So, I finally found the cure to the silver Sharpie on the black leather sectional! It's called Leather CPR and you can get it at Bed Bath and Beyond for $12. You simply apply it with a clean sponge. I did have to scrub it with the coarse side "lightly" where the marker was. However, to do the entire 7 seat sectional, it took me about 45 min. to condition it. So not only did I get the marker out, but the couches look brand new! And unlike the other postings, I have posted the before picture (in the blog below this one) and an after picture here. I hope this has helped.

But word of advice before trying anything on your furniture, you should "always" try it on a small piece of the couch, like the bottom or somewhere you wouldn't notice if it messes it up. (10/11/2010)

By Brandy

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Archive: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My daughter recently marked on my friend's leather couch with a Sharpie permanent

marker! How in the world can I get that out? Please help!

Barbara

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My daughter recently marked on my friends leather couch with a Sharpie permanent

marker! How in the world can I get that out? Please help!

Barbara

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removing permanent marker from leather

I tried everything from Resolve Carpet Cleaner to the vodka myth and the only thing that

worked for me was the rubbing alcohol. I was amazed at how fast it got it out of the

leather, it not only saved the leather it saved me from being in some deep trouble!

(11/30/2004)

By Danielle

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

Use a very small amount of Avon Skin-So-Soft bath oil on a soft cloth and test a spot on

the back of the couch first. It worked for me. (01/18/2005)

By Laurie

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I had tried everything on here and more to remove permanent marker on my leather sofa,

nothing worked. At wits end, I tried this sponge thing called Magic Eraser. I can't

believe it worked like a dream! As a bonus, I use this product called Gardenia leather

protective cream. Wow, my 3 year old sofa looks brand new. (12/28/2005)

By Sheilah

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I've used Soft Scrub (without bleach) and a denture brush to clean Sharpie marker off of

my navy leather sofa, wooden chairs and tables, my kitchen cabinets and my flat stove

top. I also use it to remove the stains in my white kitchen sink and from my teenage

daughters white flip flops. If you're willing to give it a try, test in an inconspicuous

place first. Good luck! (03/18/2006)

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profile=thr257648">Leeaura

jacobe and Riley

"...everything we read on this website didn't work even alcohol."
Try using a stronger rubbing alcohol. I'm not sure where you live, but when I lived in

the DC area Safeways usually carried 99.9%. It's hard to find otherwise. If you do, test

it on a part of the leather that isn't easily viewed first. (08/08/2006)

By Steve

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My son accidentally marked our pale yellow leather lounge with Sharpie black permanent

marker. After reading through the rest of the feedback on this site and hearing that

everyone had used rubbing alcohol, I was feeling a bit desperate as I don't have any

rubbing alcohol! Someone mentioned spit, so my son used an old towel and his own spit

and it worked a treat, with no affect on the leather at all. I did this asap after it

happened though, probably no more than 10 minutes. (10/18/2006)

By Yvette

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I tried baby oil to get black permanent marker out of my red leather purse, it was

unsuccessful. The thing that worker for me was the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Be careful

not to rub too hard because it will take some of the color off the leather, but it works

like a charm! Good luck. (11/10/2006)

By Steph

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I just used nail polish remover and it worked, not that much rubbing, got a cotton ball

and it worked, wipe over it with a wet cloth after you finish. It takes a little of the

shine off the couch and a little colour (my couch is beige) so you cant see it that

much. (02/07/2007)

By Sharon

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My husband told me once that WD-40 would remove a Sharpie permanent marker stain. He was

right! I had to apply it 3 times, scrubbing with a soft cloth each time, but it didn't

take long and the mark was completely gone, no damage done. (03/19/2007)

By tismom

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My 15-month-old marked my leather recliner with Sharpie, all over it! I didn't use any

of the above mentioned remedies, as I didn't want to mar the finish. You know what works?

- old-fashioned soap and water and lots of elbow grease. Sharpie is not actually

permanent, as a preschool teacher, I can tell you it wears off of everything eventually.

If this happens to you, just keep on scrubbin' - it will work. (03/23/2007)

By Amy

Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I used OFF! just like someone earlier suggested when my little cousins completely

covered my mom's dark brown leather couch in marker. It worked perfectly. The finger

nail polish remover and WD-40 just made the couch extra shiny, but didn't remove the

stain. The OFF! worked and didn't even damage the couch (at least as far as I can tell)

(05/27/2007)

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I had a slumber party, and the last one asleep got a Sharpie makeover. So, in the

morning, we discovered our whole entire caramel leather couch was covered in blue

Sharpie. After my mom had a cow, and my dad yelled at me, I tried everything, but

nothing worked. Finally, I used the Neutrogena Sunblock Spray (SPF 45) which worked like

a charm. It's easier to let it sit for a few seconds. NEVER USE OIL BASED - it takes out

the top layer. (06/03/2007)

By Relieved

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I got it all off using non-acetone polish remover called Simply Basic polish remover,

non acetone. It did not hurt the leather material nor change the colour either.

(09/17/2007)

By M.T.

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

I set a back that was labeled with permanent marker on my car seat. The ink was smeared

on my seat. I have light tan leather seats, I tried multiple things to remove it and

nothing worked. I tried the Banana Boat Sunscreen and it worked. It took multiple

applications and letting the sunscreen sit for about 1 minute then wipe and reapply.

Thank you for the tip, it is great. (12/19/2007)

By Elaine

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Dark Brown Leather Couch

We tryed everything even vodka it help fade it, but I didn't get rid of it all. So we

tryed Netto Remo All Purpose liquid cleaner. We scrubbed it with our old tooth brush. And

that worked the best. (01/28/2008)

By sue

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My grandson drew smiley faces all over my tan leather sofa with a black permanent

marker. I tried the Avon skin so soft oil and 95% came off with just a cotton ball.

Thank you. I did rinse with a little Dial soap and water just to remove the oil.

(03/01/2008)

By Debbie

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My artistic 3 1/2 year old used rub-a-dub permanent
marker (laundry perm marker) which is meant not to come off on a tan leather chair.

Coppertone continuous spray got it off 100% thank goodness since it was not my house he

did it at. It really really works. (05/16/2008)

By By:Mariana

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

We didn't have any Coppertone, but we did have Banana Boat and it took the Sharpie off of

my leather couch. This is one of the coolest things to know. (06/12/2008)

By mad dad

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

My son got permanent black marker on our brand new tan leather couch. I came here for

answers because leather cleaner didn't work. I tried rubbing alcohol which worked some,

but eventually began discoloring the couch. Out of desperation I tried Coppertone spray

sunblock, I was totally shocked when it took the ink off like nothing. I didn't even

have to scrub and no discoloration at all. Thanks to all who suggested it. Amazing.

(07/11/2008)

By Brandon

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

Thank goodness I found this website. My husband just got a new chair and is in love

with it! This morning after a triathlon, the permanent marker on my arm rubbed off onto

the leather seat. Needless to say I felt like total crap especially after he used his

fancy leather cleaner stuff on it and nothing changed. Thank goodness for Banana Boat

Sport spray and this website :) (09/14/2008)

By omc

RE: HELP! Permanent Marker on Leather Couch

Thank you so much, spf 30 Clinique did the trick. It removed red gel marker off my

brown leather couch, a life saver. (12/19/2008)

By Gena

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