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Remove Sharpie ink from clothes as soon as possible. Read the manufacturer's clothing label, then lay the article on folded paper towels and apply an appropriate solvent. Continue applying solvent until the stain disappe... More »

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Remove Sharpie marks from skin by soaking cotton balls in baby oil, rubbing the cotton balls on the marks, and then washing the marked area with soap and water. Repeat the process as necessary to remove the marks complet... More »

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Removing Sharpie ink from a sticker or any surface made of plastic is easily done in a minute or less using dry erase markers and a rag or paper towel. More »

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