Removing ink from walls needs to be done carefully so as not to damage the paint. This is a guide about removing pen ink from walls.
Here are questions related to Removing Pen Ink from Walls.
My 2 year old marked up all the walls in the apartment with pen and permanent marker. How do I remove it from flat painted walls?
By Ashley from WalledLake, MI
By Angela H. 03/06/2015
To get markers off walls I use toothpaste, it sounds weird but it works. Not sure about pen.
How I can clean blue ball point ink stains from my light grey paint?
By Mehmud from Grenoble, France
By SL Edens  12/01/2009
Have you tried alcohol, shaving cream or hairspray (not all at the same time, but if one doesn't work, try the next, hairspray as a last resort)?
My sister drew a picture on my wall. It has a thick texture almost like sandpaper. How do I get it off?
By Louise B.  09/07/2015
What you use will depend on what she wrote with -- jiffy marker, ballpoint ink, crayon, regular pencil. It also depends on the type of paint or wallpaper on the wall. I have had good luck in getting just about any marks off the wall with Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser, but it also takes the finish off of the paint. Mr. Clean full strength might work, or Dawn dishwashing liquid for regular pen or pencil,even crayon. Jiffy marker ink is more resistant.
I need an idea for taking ink off of painted walls.
By Theresa from KY
What gets Biro off walls please?
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My kids took a ballpoint pen and wrote on the latex apartment wall. Magic Eraser and Goo Gone didn't get it of. I'd like to know if anyone has a suggestion or if I should just prime and paint the spots?
Editor's Note: I haven't tried it on ballpoint pen marks, but it worked well on dry erase marker that nothing else would take off. (05/01/2006)
By Tom from Charlotte