Quickly Remove Pen Ink From Walls

Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.

Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.
My twins are very busy 2 year olds. This probably doesn’t come as a surprise to you. This morning I woke to pen all over my kitchen wall, drawer, and my bathroom. Honestly, I haven’t search the rest of the premises and I am pretty sure I will find more. I don’t freak out anymore when this happens because I discovered the secret. This is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls before your lose your mind. And doors. And drawers….

Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.
Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.

Thank goodness I found Mr. Clean’s Magic Erasers. You simply wet the rectangular sponge, then scrub the area clean. After I’m done scrubbing, I wipe off with a lint free cloth like this. The kitchen wall was the most difficult and required more scrubbing. If the scrubber becomes too dirty, simply rinse it out in the sink. I go through one per job. It’s amazing how great of a job they do!

Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.
I also paint all my surfaces with an eggshell finish or shinier. As a mother of 3, it is worth the extra money to buy the higher quality paint. It really holds up to frequent cleaning. And by frequent, I mean daily.

Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.
Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.
Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.
Mr. C has done it again! These little erasers are bought in bulk at my house. Other uses I have found include:

  • Scuff Marks on walls
  • Soap Scum on fixtures
  • Cleaning Baseboards
  • Computer Keyboard & mouse
  • White part on shoes
  • Clean White Grout
Got a budding Picasso on your hands? Worry no more, because this is how to quickly remove pen ink from walls as well as crayons and markers.

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