PERMANENT markers are not necessarily permanent if you have the right tools and knowledge.
One connoisseur shopper reveals that one inexpensive household item can easily remove brush marks from clothes.
A woman has buy at Goodwill spotted a super cheap J. Crew dress, but she noticed it had $10 written in marker fixed on its tag.
Since she plans to resell the dress for a profit, she knows it wouldn’t be nice to send it to someone with the tag on it.
So she removed it.
That’s right – she can get the permanent marker off the card by just dabbing some isopropyl alcohol on it.
To do this, she wrapped a tissue and placed it behind the card to stop bleeding, then dipped the cotton swab in alcohol.
Then, she erased the mark with a cotton swab and returned it to its former glory.
The end result looks like there was never anything on the card.
Markers can be a tough stain to remove from fabrics and even walls.
Luckily, another smart person has revealed exactly how to get even the biggest things permanent marker lines off your wall.
In her tutorial, the woman sprayed sunscreen on the marker her kids decorated the wall with and then wiped it with a rag.
The marker started to fade immediately and with a bit of grease at the elbow, was completely removed from the wall.
Plus, another mom with young kids shared her secret to remove the marker from her couch.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4669982/how-to-remove-permanent-marker-stains-from-clothing/ Savvy shopper reveals how to permanently remove stains from clothes