Removing Permanent Marker from Metal?

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Permanent marker can be a great way to make notations on any surface. However, sometimes it is accidentally put where it shouldn't be and needs to be removed. A clever trick to remove permanent marker from metal is to use hair spray and scrub it clean.
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1. Dampen a corner of a soft cloth with rubbing alcohol. Use this to apply the alcohol to the marker stain. 2. Wet another corner of the cloth with alcohol. Swipe this over the stain
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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
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I just completed a Science Project and this was my project, to find what will remove permant markers. I found that white vinegar removed the marks well on paper.
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