Custom woodworking forum: Remove Permanent Marker from Furniture

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schousgeben
Sep 22, 2013 12:18 AM CST
Try Mr. Clean Magic Eraser It works, even on bamboo items! Use furniture oil if the sheen gets rubbed off.
A damp cloth dipped in baking soda rubbed gently on the sharpie marks can clean a wood dining table in a snap.
A damp cloth and baking soda works wonders.
For couches, use laundry detergent. Gently rub it on and it magically comes off!
Try cream sunblock!
Try Goo Gone Spray Gel, simply place a dab on your finger and let set for a few seconds. Then rub gently with a paper towel.
Try White board cleaner spray. It works great! Before you start, test the paste on a part of the furniture that's not normally visible, to make sure that it won't strip the paint.

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