How do you remove colored pencil from walls?
Spray the stained area with All Purpose cleaner and wipe with paper towels. If stain persists, dampen a sponge with warm water and liquid dish soap to work the area in a circular motion. Rinse with water. Dry the area with paper towels.
How To Do It: Dip a damp white cloth into baking soda; then rub the pencil mark following the direction of the line. Brush the baking soda off the wall or wipe it with a fresh damp cloth, applying more baking-soda scrub as needed. Keep the cloth only slightly damp -- just wet enough so the baking soda clings to it.
- Here's a simple way to remove crayon from a painted wall that requires hardly any elbow grease: Simply rub some mayonnaise on the crayon marks and let it soak in for several minutes. Then wipe the surface clean with a damp cloth.
- To begin the removal process:
- Sterilize a needle or tweezers with isopropyl alcohol or an open flame.
- Clean skin in the area surrounding the pencil lead by washing it gently with a soapy cloth.
- Use the needle to remove the skin around the affected area.
- Examine the sliver to see which way it entered the skin.
- Steps to Remove the Ink Stain:
- Prepare the shirt by placing an old towel inside under the stained area.
- Start by spraying the area with a good amount of hairspray.
- Allow the hairspray to set for a minute and then blot (don't rub) the area with a clean cloth or cotton ball.
Be sure to test each one on an inconspicuous area of your wall before using them on a visible area.
- Spray the ink stains thoroughly with a hairspray that contains alcohol.
- Dampen a clean white cloth with rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) and apply it to the ink stains on the wall.
- How to Remove Hair Dye From Wood
- Dampen an SOS pad with clean water and gently scrub the stain until it is gone.
- Mix a paste of equal parts vinegar and baking soda.
- Scrub the area with a dampened Mr. Clean Magic Eraser until all of the dye is gone.
- How To Do It: Dip a damp white cloth into baking soda; then rub the pencil mark following the direction of the line. Brush the baking soda off the wall or wipe it with a fresh damp cloth, applying more baking-soda scrub as needed. Keep the cloth only slightly damp -- just wet enough so the baking soda clings to it.
- How to Remove Wallpaper Glue with Vinegar
- Mix equal amounts of vinegar and water into a bottle.
- Spray mixture onto the affected wall area.
- After just a few minutes, the acidity of the vinegar will break apart the sticky glue residue.
- Wipe up with a sponge or a rag.
Updated: 21st September 2018