To get permanent marker out of clothing, place the clothing stain-side down on a dry paper towel. Use a cotton ball or sponge to dab rubbing alcohol around and directly on the stain. Once the stain is removed, rinse the ... More »

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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 »

Remove oil stains from clothing by making sure the garment is machine washable, applying a solvent-based laundry pretreatment spray, washing in the hottest water appropriate for the garment, and line drying. Avoid drying... More »

To remove permanent marker stains from clothing, address the stain as soon as possible after it occurs, spread the garment over a pile of dry paper towels and apply rubbing alcohol or a stain removing product to the clot... More »

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To remove magic marker stains from clothing, place the fabric on a towel with the stained side down, moisten it with rubbing alcohol, blot it with a rag, repeat until the stain disappears, and launder the garment. This o... More »

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Remove water-based ink from clothing by laying the article on a clean towel, wetting it and blotting the stain. Apply a liquid laundry detergent to the stain, and allow it to sit for about five minutes. Wash the item at ... More »

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To get acrylic paint off of clothing, immediately blot the stain with a clean towel, then turn the garment inside-out and run it under warm water. Soak the garment in a solution of liquid detergent and warm water, and bl... More »

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