By Sheila H.
I have used tea tree oil to remove both permanent marker and non-waterbased paint from hard surfaces, skin and fabrics. A little goes a long way, use a rag or a cotton ball to saturate the stain and absorb the ink. Once the stain is gone, use Formula 409 or other grease removal cleaner to treat the oily areas, then wash with regular laundry.
Try spraying with hairspray and blotting off if its ink marks. worked on stuff when pen got in the washing machine.
To cover the black marker, you could either applique a flower shape out of the same fabric as the skirt will be out of else embroider a flower in a matching color.
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