How to Remove Permanent Marker Stains From Clothes | Cleanipedia

How to Remove Permanent Marker Stains From Clothes | Cleanipedia


Welcome to Cleanipedia. Always read the instructions
and test a small area before using a product. This advice is for stains caused by permanent
ink pens like these. Tackle the stain as soon as possible. Begin
by blotting the stain and removing any excess liquid. Use a microfibre cloth because it will remove
the dirt from the surface and store the particles in the cloth until it is washed. Apply an aerosol hairspray, directly to the
stain. While the hairspray is still wet, place your
garment in the washing machine with your regular laundry detergent such as Persil Small and
Mighty. Did you know by washing at 30°C you can save
on energy money? Wash the items separately from other clothes if possible to avoid colour transfer. Ensure the stain has been removed before drying. Air-drying will make wool sweaters and other
natural fibres last much longer. Find more useful cleaning tips at cleanipedia.co.uk.

30 Replies to “How to Remove Permanent Marker Stains From Clothes | Cleanipedia”

  1. My Promarkers burst on my white bedsheet.

    But it's not even my bedsheet, it's my grannies and I'm staying the night.

    😐

  2. I used bleach on my old 80s denim jacket to get sharpie out of it and that still wasn't enough it just ended up more acid washed looking lol I guess I will just have to deal with it but I really want to put the band New Order on the back

  3. Another really simple way to do it is just to take some ordinary dish soap and some coconut oil and rub it all over the stain then wait five minutes and then take a wet cloth and get it all off let that dry and then the marker stain is gone it works every time for me.

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