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Use Windex glass cleaner according to the directions on the container.
Wipe the stain with paper towels or a soft cloth. If stain remains, use Goo-Be-Gone or Oxi-Clean cleaner according to the directions on the container.
For non-washable materials, consult a professional cleaner.Special Note: Heat-Set Fabric Crayons -- Because Crayola Fabric crayons are designed for permanency, there are no suggestions for removal. Depending upon the fiber content of the fabrics involved, stains may eventually fade from natural fabrics after repeated washing and exposure to sunlight. SPECIAL NOTE: Heat-Set Fabric Crayon Stains-Clean the drum of your dryer to remove any remaining wax residue. Spray a soft cloth with WD-40, and wipe the drum. Run a load of dry rags through a drying cycle to ensure that your drum is clean.
Mix liquid dish soap with water and wipe stain. Using dry paper towels, remove any chalk-like residue. Or, you may use Formula 409 cleaner to remove the stain.
Mix water and liquid dish soap and wash the area. Or, apply Soft Scrub with bleach to a soft cloth and wipe the stain. After stain is removed, wipe the surface with a damp cloth to remove any residue.
Use very fine sandpaper, sand gently until color is gone.
Use water, Windex window cleaner, Formula 409 cleaner or liquid dish soap mixed with water to wash the surface. After washing, the surface should be wiped with a dry paper towel to remove chalk-like residue.
Blot stain with a damp sponge, changing the sponge as it picks up stain. If any stain remains, apply rubbing alcohol to a cotton ball and blot. If stain persists, apply rubbing alcohol to a cotton ball and place on the stain with a weight on the cotton ball. Cover with a glass jar or equivalent to keep the cotton ball moist overnight. If stain is still noticeable, apply Spot Shot as recommended on the container. SPECIAL NOTE Do not leave Spot Shot on for more than 8 hours. Check after 4 hours.
If you notice the stain before laundering, rinse stain with hot water. Wash in hot water with laundry detergent for about 12 minutes (heavy soil cycle). Soak in OxiClean or Clorox 2 solution, according to the instructions on the container, for one hour and repeat laundry cycle. Repeated laundering should remove any residual stains.
Dampen a sponge with rubbing alcohol and use a blotting motion to absorb the marker stain, changing the sponge as often as needed. Apply upholstery/rug shampoo according to the directions on the container. If stain remains, use Capture spot and soil remover according to the directions on the container.
Apply Soft Scrub with bleach to a soft cloth and wipe the stain. After stain is removed, wipe the surface with a damp cloth to remove any residue. NOTE: Flat Paint: The stain may not be removable with any of the above products. You may need to lightly sand the stained area to remove all color and then repaint.
Wipe all stains with a damp sponge. If any stain remains, apply Soft Scrub with a damp sponge, work in a circular motion and rinse. If the stain persists, staurate a cotton ball with nail polish remover, blot the remaining stain and rinse.
The suggestions for removing stains have been compiled as a service to our consumers. We are unable to guarantee or be responsible for the results obtained by these procedures. You may also wish to consult your local cleaner for further recommendations.
Before attempting the stain removal method, test each procedure on an inconspicuous area of the material or surface to be cleaned. Please be advised these stain removal methods involve hazardous products and are intended only for adult use. Crayola does not recommend children attempt these procedures.
In many procedures, specific brands of products are recommended. These are brands that performed most effectively in our laboratory. Always check individual containers for recommended procedures and warnings. Competitive brand products may work equally well.
For additional assistance, contact us toll-free at 800-272-9652 weekdays between 9 AM and 4 PM Eastern Time.
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