Could be tough. You might try a little bit of rubbing alcohol with a cotton swab. If the sticker is printed under the plastic surface, you should be okay, if it is printed on the plastic, you could take it off. Work carefully and test it!
yes it can
sharpy removing spray
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.
That can be tricky. Rubbing alcohol can do it, but you need to be careful not to take off the paint. And if the ink has penetrated into the plastic, you may not be able to remove it without damaging the finish.
i believe hand sanitzer does.... it depends on the surface. :)
mixturemarker ink is a mixture.
Possibly, depends what base the marker ink is. If not, try Goof Off, it's a bit different.
yes the ink in a black marker is a solution
This worked for me.... Write over the mark on the toy with a dry erasible marker (used for whiteboards) - mine are called Dry-Wipe pens. Then wipe it off immediately. The solvent in the whiteboard pen dissolves a bit of the non-erasible marker ink. Repeat until the mark is removed. Try this on a small piece to check for disasters before attacking the whole toy. It also works well to remove the marker ink if an idiot uses permanent pens on a whiteboard.
it barfs ink
yes you can!
Marker is NOT a homegeneous mixture. It is heteregeneous. The ink can be separated by chromatography.
Remove ink cartridge from printer. Find its hole to insert ink in to it. Remove ball bearing and a plastic film covering which is used to seal it. Now by syringe insert ink in the hp 364 cartridges. Must take care about the correct color and level of ink into the chambers. A: it's easy to refill ink if you have a refill ink.
Markers contain ink in the inside. Like pens they contain ink.
The ink in a permanent black marker is a solution.
ink and plastic and more ink and plastic thats it
The evidence that exists that marker ink is a mixture is that the ink can be separated into black and other color pigments. This can be done on filter paper by dotting the marker just above the edge and adding ethyl alcohol, which drags the pigments separately across the paper.
yes, yes you can !
Ink and a felt sponge.
You will get poison
Spray it with aerosol hair spray, not the pump kind. This will remove permanent marker or ink from almost anything. If that does not work, and it is a plastic surface that you would be able to wipe dry erase marker off of, you can write over the sharpie with the dry erase marker, and it will usually wipe off both the dry erase marker and the permanent marker.
They won't remove ink unless it is eraseable ink.