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Heat an iron. Damp a face cloth. Put the face cloth on the item of clothing with the crayon or wax to be removed. Place the hot iron on the damp face cloth and move around for 30 seconds until wax or crayon is removed.
My two year old daughter decided to add some color to our new microsuede couch using various colors of crayon, I found if you use a very fine emory board (nail file) it takes the crayon right off, just go over the markings lightly until it's gone. Fine sand paper may work also, I would test it first in a small area.
By Andrea from Wichita, KS
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Does anyone have any tips on removing crayon from microfiber furniture?
By Leslie from Arvada, CO
I have used rubbing alcohol b and a clean rag or sponge. Put the alcohol in a spray bottle and lightly mist the area and then clean work rag. Once it's completely dry it's going to feel stiff and not look quite right.