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How to remove permanent marker stains

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Alex Thomas Sadler, Clark.com

If you have kids (or you’re just clumsy), you probably spend a lot of time battling stains around the house – from clothing, carpet, walls – you name it.

I’m just simply clumsy – well, I think it’s really more impatient – either way, I’ve had to learn a lot of tips and tricks to cover my tracks over the years.

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But whether you’re like me and love to clean or you dread cleaning day, everyone loves a good cleaning hack! And once you learn them, it’s like you instantly can’t remember how you got through life without them!

Here are a few cleaning tricks to make your routine easier:

How to remove permanent marker stains

While some stains take a little more effort to remove, with the right tricks and supplies, you can restore pretty much anything back to normal (or at least get very close).

And although permanent markers have their name for a reason, these stains are no exception!

To get Sharpie out of clothing, hand sanitizer will do the trick. Wood? Use rubbing alcohol.

See the full list of ways to remove Sharpie stains from around the house on Clark.com.

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