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Removing Wet Erase Marker Stains

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Wet erase markers are made using water soluble dyes, making cleanup easy. This is a guide about removing wet erase marker stains.
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June 8, 2015

While studying for an exam, I was using a green wet erase pen for my practice questions and I wrote on my new couch cover.

After trying some "Remove" stain remover, which did nothing, I looked at your site where someone had suggested nail polish remover. The only one I had was the nail
polish remover pads, which are like a towelette saturated with nail polish remover.

I tried one and it removed the wet erase green marker. I am so grateful to the person who suggested this! (You will need to scrub quite a bit, and then wash out the fabric afterward.)

Source: Thriftyfun site gave me this idea.

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August 19, 20130 found this helpful

A student used a wet erase marker on a file cabinet and it left faint shadows of the drawing. I've tried Windex, WD40, and Fantastik. Nothing has worked. All suggestions welcome.

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August 19, 20130 found this helpful

Try nail polish remover, works all the time for me!

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January 23, 20180 found this helpful

Surprisingly, a (good quality!) dry erase marker can remove Sharpie marks from white boards and other non-porous surfaces...without the risks involved w/ using nail polish remover. I would try that first!

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