How To Get Crayon Off Every Surface In Your Home

How To Get Crayon Off Every Surface In Your Home

Sarah Rae Smith
Apr 21, 2010

Although we're big fans of the Magic Eraser for removing crayon from places it shouldn't be (thanks to the rogue toddler in the house), it's still one of the trickier things to remove, depending on the surface it's been used on. From your sofa to your walls, find out how to remove your little one's waxy masterpiece, no matter where it lands!

Over at DIY Life they share a few handy tips when it comes to Crayon removal. No matter where the crayon ends up in your house, there's always a moment of panic followed by annoyance and then back to panic. Not wanting to ruin the "canvas" that they have been applied to.

Would you ever think that you could apply WD-40 to your flat screen to get the artistic talent off? What about using Ice and an Iron to help free your carpet of it's new tint? Make sure to check out all the diy details to find out how to remove crayon from the following surfaces:

• Walls
• Carpets
• Clothes
• Flat Screen TV
• Leather

We will tell you that your total crayon-removal arsenal should include the following supplies: hair dryer, baking soda, zip top bags, rubbing alcohol and more!

(via: DIY Life)
(Image: Flickr member Firesam! licensed for use under Creative Commons)

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