Removed Permanent Marker Stains On Upholstery With Goof Off
T. Townsend shared before and after pictures of her upholstery, specifically her dining room chairs, when her daughter wrote on it with permanent marker.
Not only is it amazing that that Goof Off remover even got rid of the permanent marker, which is notoriously difficult to remove, but in addition, that before they used the product the stains had been there for, get this, TWO YEARS!
In addition, if you've got tips, home remedies, or products you've found work great for removing permanent marker marks and stains please share them with me at the link, or check out even more tips that have already been submitted.
Kim Mize shared before and after pictures of melted crayon on stone.
I have no idea how that happened at all, but we all know melted crayon is one of the most annoying things to try to remove, not only because it soaks and sticks to all kinds of surfaces, but also because it can leave a dye residue before.
In this case there was obviously a significant visual improvement using this product for cleaning up the mess, although Kim explained that "you have to look pretty close" but can still "see the crayon residue." Still, I think it is a vast improvement!
I'd love to hear from others who've used this product, sharing how it has worked for them. You can share your stain remover review here, or read others that have already been submitted.
In addition, here are even more tips for crayon removal, so check them out or share your own!
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CAUTION: This website is provided for informational purposes only. It is provided as is, without warranties or guarantees. Some stains and messes just won't come out, and are permanent. Further, some cleaning methods can harm your item, so if what you want to clean or launder is sentimental or expensive call a professional. See disclaimer of liability for more information.