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Old 01-17-2009, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How to remove permanent marker from countertop?

I have already tried: nail polish remover, alcohol, hairspray, and industrial strength purple cleaner. It came out some but you can still see it.
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How to remove permanent marker from countertop?

use a strong acetone. wipe it dry then just add a little liquid detergent to remove lingering marks. scrub it gently with a rough sponge then wipe it with a damp cloth to remove any soapy substance.
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You can find a product called GOO GONE at your local market. Some stores use it to remove price tags and labels ,etc.
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Mr Clean magic eraser!! I love it!!! It took crayon off of a wooden door that had been there at least 10 years. Just be careful with it, it is a very mild abrasive.
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How to remove permanent marker from countertop?

We use automotive brake cleaner. But be very careful. Can attack some counter surfaces. Try in a hidden spot first.
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How to remove permanent marker from countertop?

Try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Our bathtub is the worst ever to clean beause my husband comes home greasy everyday after work. The grease sticks to the bottom of the tub. If the Magic Eraser can get the tub clean from all the grease build-up, it can take off a permanent marker. Just remember to have the Magic Eraser wet when you are using it.
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Re: How to remove permanent marker from countertop?

If the stain hasn't set from so many attempts of the wrong remedy. a poultice using the correct remedy from the stain chart will help
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