How do I remove permanent marker from rubber?


Permanent marker can usually be removed with lemon, salt, and shaving cream. Cut the lemon in half and rub on the maker spot. Add some salt to it and smear some shaving cream on top. Scrub it with a toothbrush. The older the mark, the harder it will be to remove from rubber.
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How to Remove Permanent Marker From Rubber
Permanent marker on rubber is sometimes challenging to remove. The longer the permanent marker remains on the rubber surface, the more difficult it will be to remove the mark. Whether the mark was placed on the rubber on purpose, such as a price mark, or... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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