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By Carol Vitu 09/16/2006
Solumel gets permanent marker out of cloth. In Michigan we show others how it works. cartonv2at juno.com
By Lynda (Guest Post)09/15/2006
Depending upon the color, type of cloth, and location, I'd spend 1/2 day tackling this if not too light color, if smoothe cloth, if NOT in front seat:
Supplies: roll of paper towels(for frequent blotting of
alcohol scrub treatment below)
box of Q-tips (for applying alcohol, only to
one clean OLD toothbrush, med. bristles
colored chalk to match cloth for softening
stain color, if possible, AND for soaking
up WD40/alcohol treatment below)
*alcohol , clear ( try this first)
baking soda (make "paste" with alcohol as
second step, if alcohol alone did
blowdryer for between "attempts" with
toothpicks (for applying "paste" above
JUST to the stain, carefully avoiding
(WD40, sprayed into cap, then applied to
stain with new q-tip/lightly scrubbed with
clean/dry toothbrush, if no results from
chalk to match cloth rubbed lightly in to
soak up WD40
Blow dry hot quickly, then toothbrush off
K2R Dry Cleaning spray (old product line)
follow instructions on can.
If none of these or other suggestions work, you will
have learned just why they call it, "permanent Ink",
right? Good luck every step of the way and God bless you.
By (Guest Post)09/14/2006
I got black sharpie ink out of an upholstered sofa with Oxi-clean. Good luck!
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