11:37AM | 04/02/04
Member Since: 04/01/04
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My 2 year old kid got hold of a blue sharpie marker and wrote on my brand new hardwood floor. Desperate to find a solution,any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks


07:20PM | 04/02/04
Member Since: 04/02/04
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I'm not sure how it will work on your hardwood floor, but that magic eraser by the Bald Guy (PineSol Man) will take any stubborn mark off.

I couldn't believe how well it works. I am still in disbelief when i use it. :)

I used it to clean my white cabinets. What would have taken me hours of elbow grease , took me 30 mins of ease.

They sell it at *******, price is relatively cheap. If ya don't know what i'm talking about, it looks like a tan sponge, the box is blue, and it is approx. 4" by 2".

Good Luck

Let me know if it works. Bet ya it does.



07:21PM | 04/02/04
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07:33PM | 04/03/04
Member Since: 04/01/04
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Thank You, I will give it a try and let you know if it works.


08:33PM | 04/04/04
Member Since: 05/19/03
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Or try goof-off,or lacqueror thinner just a dab on a rag then should just wipe right off.

Sold at any paint stores and any dpots (box stores)


05:47PM | 04/05/04
Member Since: 01/28/03
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The proper solvent to remove permanent marker is denatured alcohol.

Pine Sol, nor Goof-Of nor Lacquer Thinner will work.



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