How do you remove permanent marker from microfiber?


The moment ink from a permanent marker stains microfiber; it easily goes deep into the material and becomes a menace. To save the microfiber and prevent the ink from sinking and spreading further, this is what can be done. Add vinegar and detergent to two cups of water and stir. Soak a cloth into the water, squeeze it a little and place on the part of the microfiber stained with ink. After 30 minutes place a drier cloth on the spot to suck up the ink.
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1. Test the stain remover on a hidden section of material first to make sure you won't damage or discolor the microfiber fabric. 2. Pour a small amount of rubbing alcohol or another
Scrub dry over and over.
1. Use alcohol. Find yourself some liquor. Bourbon works just fine, especially 101 proof. Any liquor above 80 proof will work for this, but rubbing alcohol works even better. Apply
hehehe, rubbing alcohol, test it first on the inside of the cushion to make sure it doesnt take the color out of the sofa but IT WILL DEFINATLY get perm marker of off all fabrics
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How to Remove Permanent Marker From Microfiber
Microfiber furniture has a stain-resistant ability, which makes it easy to clean. Many stains will easily come off microfiber, but stubborn stains such as permanent ink will require a more rigorous cleaning effort. Permanent marker stains can ruin... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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