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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.)
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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.
By Skip H.
Try nail polish remover, works all the time for me!
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!