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Posted by Marti
on November 27, 2000 at 12:53:14:
In Reply to: Marker Stains posted by Christen on November 26, 2000 at 23:30:46:
: Tonight when i was at church, this guy wrote on me with a marker and it ISNT coming off. i have tried vaseline and fingernail polish remover which they have made it not as bright but it is still there. i would really be grateful if someone could email me and tell me how to get it off! i have a game to go to in 2 days and i dont really want this on my arm. PLEASE HELP! asap. Thanks for your time
You might try rubbing the spot with a lint-free wipe saturated with 20vol hydrogen peroxide - the kind used to color hair. Depending on where he 'wrote' on you, the hair on that spot would also absorb the marker ink and would need to be removed. If all else fails, and you are not allergic or sensitive to hair bleach, you might try applying a small amount of hair bleach that has been mixed to the consistency of mayo with 20 vol. peroxide, applying it to the spot and allowing it to remain until the stain is gone. Wash the spot with soap and water, then apply a good quality skin oil to rehydrate the skin.
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