How do you remove a permanent marker?


It would depend on the surface. Try rubbing toothpaste into marker then scrub off with damp cloth (just plain toothpaste???not the gel). This should work on wood paneling, painted walls and porcelain.
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1. Get some Oops! Stain Remover and apply it to the permanent marker stain. This can and will remove paint, so be careful when using this product. Oops! Stain Remover is serious business
1. Tear off a few paper towels and press them against the permanent marker stain in case it just happens to get up at least some of the ink. 2. Put a small amount of hydrogen peroxide
1. Identify the thickness of paper and a reagent appropriate for that thickness. The success of removing permanent marker from paper heavily depends on the type of paper you have
1. Wash the skin with warm water and a liquid antibacterial hand soap. Gently pat and stroke the marks with a warm soapy rag. Do not rub, or you can work the marker into the skin
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Ways to Remove Permanent Marker
Removing permanent marker from any surface can be a highly aggravating chore, but it's usually possible. The ink from a permanent marker is enduring, so marks may not be completely removable but often can be lightened considerably.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
The history of permanent markers go back all the way to 1910. They are not completely permanent, however. You can remove them from many surfaces with a Magic Eraser.
A good tool for removing permanent marker is the Mr.Clean Magic Eraser. A plus is that is cheap and can be found at almost any department store.
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