By Charlene from Columbus, OH
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I just had this problem ten minutes ago, hairspray worked, rubbing alcohol and wd40 did not. Acetone is suppost to do the trick.
By PRETTY TEASHA KING 01/06/2010
WD-40 works good.
By Jan Glier 01/04/2010
Use WD-40 it will take it right out
By Susan Sanders-Kinzel 07/12/2005
I would like to know how to remove ink from leather upholstrey. My friends daughter has drawn all over the backseat of her vehicle (smiley faces, etc...) with an ink pen. Thanking you in advance.
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A used printer ink cartage leaked through a plastic bag, it was stored in, onto the leather car seat. I have not touched the spot yet. It is the size of a quarter. It is on my front gray leather seat.
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By coville123 02/14/2012
Try hair spray, if not try a permanent marker the same colour as your leather go over it with marker.
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I have a 2000 GMC Jimmy and the seats are a beige leather, they have some dark blue ink pen on them from my 3 year old. The car is my sister's and is fairly new to them and I am in desperate need of advice. I tried a little soap and water and then I tried a little rubbing alcohol, but it is not looking good for me. Help.
Leather is expensive and needs a professional kit when it comes to ink removal. Try this one: furnitureclinic.co.uk (09/24/2005)
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