Go to a hardware store or home center and buy a product like Goof Off. That's what I use. It removes paint, glue, ink, and so on. A similar product is Goo Gone, and there is also (Mr Clean?) Magic Eraser. It costs about $3.
spray wd40 on the floor and rub the marker stain out
Permanent marker is soluble in rubbing alcohol which is polar.
Dial remove permanent marker because it could remove things that would come off a little bit
Alcohol works fine anytime I want to remove permanent marker-- poke your finger into a rag and wet with alcohol and begin rubbing the marker ink.
No. Try writing over the permanent marker with an expo one and wipe it away.
It doesn't. Permanent marker doesn't dissolve in water. Help me with my chemistry question :/
Use alchohol to remove it.
It depends on the material.
One way to get permanent marker stains out of an item is by soaking a wash cloth with rubbing alcohol and using the wash cloth to scrub out the permanent marker stains.
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.
bleach or hard scrubbing um, try this, put dry erase marker on top of the permanent marker and erase it with a tissue
Yes BUT it depends on the material
toothpaste or rubbing acohol
There are a number of ways to remove a permanent marker stain on jeans. These include using hairspray, rubbing alcohol, milk, and nail polish remover.
because the distilled white vinegar is strong so there for it has the power to remove permanent marker!
I would try fingernail polish remover. That will take permanent marker off of almost anything.
I used nail polish remover with acetone in it and it removed the lighter sharpie marker colors. It also removes the permanent marker because it has old toenails in its mixture.
Scrub dry over and over.
yes it can
sharpy removing spray
Depends on the base liquid of the marker. You would have to use a solvent of it that will not mar the polycarbonate.