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Removing Sharpie from a Leather Sofa

My daughter used a black Sharpie marker on my white leather sofa. I used baking soda, vinegar, baking soda with toothpaste, acetone which wasn't a really good idea, and alcohol; nothing worked! I don't know what else to try. I also used Off bug spray. It gave me a good result, but not all of it came off, just the darkest ink. So now I have scribbles all over, but light lines. Please help me!


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February 27, 20170 found this helpful

It sounds like you have tried a lot of things, and also white leather has got to be the most unforgiving thing out there!

I honestly would just try everything many many times and see if any of it improves over time.

Here are additional tips: https://www.ont  ns-from-leather/

" No luck, until the thought hits me  if sunscreen makes the marker go from skin to the car seat then maybe

Solution  spray on sunscreen!!! Remove ink stains from leather car seats like MAGIC!"


so you might try that.

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February 28, 20170 found this helpful

Try WD-40

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