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Removing Permanent Marker

As a teacher, once when I was preparing for a class, I used a permanent marker on the new dry eraser board. I read the marker and found EXPO's 1-800 number and called it for help. You can erase permanent marker by writing over it with another marker and wiping it off with a tissue.

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The second method for removing it is EXPO Erase spray. I have removed many a nasty note (middle schoolers) from desks, chairs, and mirrors in the bathroom. It should be named Miracle Spray.

By SandyE from Battle Creek, MI

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September 6, 20110 found this helpful

Sandy, where can you get this spray?

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October 17, 20151 found this helpful

Absolutely the best thing for removing permanent marker is a product by Motsenbocker., available at Lowe's or other hardware supply places. I have used it on fine wood furniture after my grandson "decorated" it.

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I have taken marker off plastic, my hands and metal. It is amazing. Motsenbocker also makes other removers for paint and sticky stuff.

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