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Applying hairspray, rubbing alcohol or milk is an effective method of removing permanent marker stains from clothing. To obtain the maximum effectiveness for any of these methods, treat the stain as quickly as possible. More »

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Sharpie markers are AP-certified as nontoxic by the Art and Creative Materials Institute. However, the markers are not meant for use on items that come into direct contact with food, drink or the mouth. More »

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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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It is possible to get rid of pen ink on a variety of surfaces with nail polish remover, alcohol, milk, hairspray, cornstarch and sandpaper. Each of these products may work better on dry or still wet ink. More »

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To remove a ballpoint ink stain from cotton, place a clean cloth underneath the stain to catch any ink transfer, spray with hairspray and blot, then dab at the stain with rubbing alcohol; resort to a baking soda paste fo... More »

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To remove pen marks from leather, put rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab and gently rub it over the stain. Once the ink is removed, clean the area with a damp cloth and recondition the leather. As a last resort, a commerci... More »

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According to Good Housekeeping, iron scorch marks that have set into clothing are removed by applying hydrogen peroxide and ammonia directly to the stain and allowing it to stand for up to an hour. The next step is to fl... More »

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