because your skin is not used to it
Wouldn't suggest it. Permanent marker often contains chemical that aren't safe for the skin and may cause a reaction.
Get magic eraser and rub on floor until gone. If you get permanent marker on granite, get nail polish remover and rub until gone. If you get permanent marker on your skin, get a magic eraser and rub.
yes but it can cause harm or nausea
you rub the part with the marker with something rough like a wipe with soap on it
Acetone based nail polish remover. Honestly!!!
No. It is called permanent marker because It is hard to get off.
Hey Thanks for the question ... My answer is Yes, probably. The skin is delicate and dont try and stain it too much, or you could damage it, especially with lots of ink. Try and avoid permanent marker on skin!! --- P.S. If you DO get a permanent marker stain on your skin, you can get it off with a product called Amodex Ink and Stain Remover. Its best use is for stains on clothing (because those stains are much tougher), but it easily takes marker or other stains off skin. It's also non-toxic.
Use a magic eraser and rub on skin until it is off. Works every time!
sharpie is the best type of permanent marker.
it does after 2 scrubs if your talking about skin, others... i don't know
Just wait a while and keep on washing your hands. The dead skin cells on your hands will come off and take the permanent marker with them. What does this have to do with cars and vehicles anyway?
the permanent marker was invented in 1956 in 1953 or 1890.
Permanent marker are made of colorant,carrier and resin.
Well, one theory is that the chemicals contained in the whiteboard marker somehow reacts to the permanent marker, making it rub off, but it is not an excellent way to clean off permanent marker.
The permanent marker was invented in 1952 by Sidney Rosenthal.
It may be possible to remove most of the trace of permanent marker by tracing over the mark on the doll with a dry-erase marker. The dry erase marker will help erase the permanent marker. The same can be used on dry erase boards that have been marked on with permanent marker.
There are may brands of permanent marker out there. Some permanent marker brands are Sharpie, Bic, and Deco.
Permanent marker is soluble in rubbing alcohol which is polar.
in the permanent marker there is nothing just black air
The first permanent marker was invented by Sidney Rosethal in 1952.
1952, inventor Sidney Rosenthathe permanent marker was invented in 1956.
The ink in a permanent black marker is a solution.
I have found nothing to get permanent marker off of anything. That is why it is called permanent. It stays.