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Permanent Marker On Walls

I have a 4 year old who loves to draw. I read on here that hand sanitizer works to take permanent markers off walls. It sure did, along with a layer of paint, but it did the job. I also tried rubbing alcohol. It didn't do anything.

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The next best thing I used for my walls was SOS pads. They leave a blue tinge on the wall after cleaning but they work. It may take a few times to rinse the wall but it worked oh-so-well for me.

I hope it does for other people having the same issue with a small artist.

By tanya from Victoria, BC

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July 8, 20170 found this helpful

Hello, I just want to add that I tried lots of this on the wall to get the marker off and everything I tried rubbed the paint right off. But I found that dog shampoo works VERY well. And the expo marker doesn't work along with nail polish remover, rubbing alcohol, and toothpaste. Good luck and I hoped this helped

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