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My two year old daughter decided to add some color to our new microsuede couch using various colors of crayon, I found if you use a very fine emory board (nail file) it takes the crayon right off, just go over the markings lightly until it's gone. Fine sand paper may work also, I would test it first in a small area.
By Andrea from Wichita, KS
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Does anyone have any tips on removing crayon from microfiber furniture?
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