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Old 06-28-2009, 07:35 PM
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Anyway to remove permanent marker from vinyl?

Tried magic eraser - no work.

Would diluted bleach work without screwing up my vinyl?
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Old 06-28-2009, 07:38 PM
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Try a little soft scrub with bleach and leave it in the sun. It will go away.
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I know brake clean will remove permanent marker, but i dont think i would put that on my apholstry.
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Old 06-28-2009, 09:53 PM
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smeer peanutbutter on it and leave it over night. For real it works!
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Nail polish remover should work. It's acetone with some moisturizers mixed in. I'd rinse well after applying it.
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The two things I've used have already been mentioned.

Nail polish remover and soft scrub with bleach.

I wouldn't mind knowing about the peanut butter thing.

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The two things I've used have already been mentioned.

Nail polish remover and soft scrub with bleach.

I wouldn't mind knowing about the peanut butter thing.

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Aqua Net arisal hair spray will work too.
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Try one of these Chad. They are made for fabrics, and do a great job. Apply a little, and let it sit for awhile. It may take a couple of applications, but it will fade it away safely.


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Thanks for the suggestions guys.
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