Quickly Remove Pen Ink From Walls

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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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  • Adelina Priddis

    Yes!! The type of paint on your walls and cabinets can make all the difference in how easy it is to clean them. We currently rent and the paint is horrible. Every little scrub I give the walls pulls paint off too, or leaves it looking grey.

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