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    Michael and Jennifer Ort
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    Hi! I am new to this group. My name is Jennifer and I have four kiddos

    ages 2, 4, 6, and 8. I have a part time job as a parent educator in our

    school district (working with Spanish speaking families of children ages

    birth to 5) and am otherwise home with my kiddos. My husband is a truck

    driver and just recently went over the road. We are not used to having this

    kind of money and I don't want to blow it so I am hear to get in the right

    mindset for being more frugal!



    JennyO in Missouri

    Mom to Jarom, Ainsley, Rebekah and Holly!



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    going to stay where you are."



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    Tonya
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    Hello.



    I'm not really new to the group, however I've never posted. I sit

    back and read ALOT. Everyone has such wonderful ideas that are so

    very helpful - and I'm truly appreciative.



    Regarding Ink stains: My son got a black and red Sharpie and wrote on

    hard wood floors! I thought that the hair spray would work on this

    ink, as well, but it does not.



    Anyone have any idea what I can use to get this out??



    Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!



    Thank you!

    Tonya

    (Josh's Mom)








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    donnalawn@verizon.net>
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    the antibacterial lotion that I mentioned before takes ink stains right off my

    desk, though it isn't a wooden desk. Might be worth a try. You can get a nice

    sized bottle at any dollar store.



    Donna NJ





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    From: Tonya <mstclark@gmail.com>

    Date: 2007/05/30 Wed AM 09:41:58 CDT

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Budget101.com : Hello





    Hello.



    I'm not really new to the group, however I've never posted. I sit

    back and read ALOT. Everyone has such wonderful ideas that are so

    very helpful - and I'm truly appreciative.



    Regarding Ink stains: My son got a black and red Sharpie and wrote on

    hard wood floors! I thought that the hair spray would work on this

    ink, as well, but it does not.



    Anyone have any idea what I can use to get this out??



    Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!



    Thank you!

    Tonya

    (Josh's Mom)












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    Misty-Dawne
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    Hello, Have you tried the Mr. Clean magic eraser? Thats what I used on my "pergo-hardwood" floors. It worked like a charm. Try it in a concealed spot first though... Mistydawne





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    John and Roxanne McLain
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    Hello,



    You could try the magic eraser for starters. If that doesn't work, you could try fingernail polish remover. I would rinse the floor immediately after using it, as it may take up a bit of the finish. But that would be better than the ink marks. We've used fingernail polish remover to get the sharpie off of skin. Hope this helps.



    Good luck,

    Roxanne





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    Subject: Budget101.com : Hello





    Hello.

    I'm not really new to the group, however I've never posted. I sit
    back and read ALOT. Everyone has such wonderful ideas that are so
    very helpful - and I'm truly appreciative.

    Regarding Ink stains: My son got a black and red Sharpie and wrote on
    hard wood floors! I thought that the hair spray would work on this
    ink, as well, but it does not.

    Anyone have any idea what I can use to get this out??

    Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!

    Thank you!
    Tonya
    (Josh's Mom)



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    libramommy66@brier.net
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    Try the magic eraser! they work really well! LaRae

    On 5/30/2007, "Tonya" <mstclark@gmail.com> wrote:



    >Hello.

    >

    >I'm not really new to the group, however I've never posted. I sit

    >back and read ALOT. Everyone has such wonderful ideas that are so

    >very helpful - and I'm truly appreciative.

    >

    >Regarding Ink stains: My son got a black and red Sharpie and wrote on

    >hard wood floors! I thought that the hair spray would work on this

    >ink, as well, but it does not.

    >

    >Anyone have any idea what I can use to get this out??

    >

    >Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!

    >

    >Thank you!

    >Tonya

    >(Josh's Mom)

    >



    libramommy66






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    Tea
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    Tonya wrote:
    <blockquote cite="midf3k2fm+8doj@eGroups.com" type="cite">



    My son got a black and red Sharpie and wrote on

    hard wood floors!



    Anyone have any idea what I can use to get this out??



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    Hi Tonya,

    I can relate, my puppy tried to eat a blue Sharpie on my white carpet,
    leaving patches of permanent marker stain all over... I don't know
    what it would do to the hardwood finish, but I used straight rubbing
    alcohol. It came up without leaving any evidence. Rubbing alcohol is
    very flammable (until it is completely dry) so be careful if you choose
    to try it. Best of luck.



    justtlb






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    Christine Mayernik
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    The only thing that I could get permanent marker off my walls and doors was the Magic Eraser. I took alittle of the paint finish off but it was the only thing I could get to work. I tried nail polish remover, paint thinner, soap, mineral stuff, everything really and the Magic Eraser took it right off.

    Tea <justtlb@fyi.net> wrote: Tonya wrote: <BLOCKQUOTE cite="midf3k2fm+8doj@eGroups.com" type="cite"> My son got a black and red Sharpie and
    wrote on
    hard wood floors!

    Anyone have any idea what I can use to get this out??






    Hi Tonya,
    I can relate, my puppy tried to eat a blue Sharpie on my white carpet, leaving patches of permanent marker stain all over... I don't know what it would do to the hardwood finish, but I used straight rubbing alcohol. It came up without leaving any evidence. Rubbing alcohol is very flammable (until it is completely dry) so be careful if you choose to try it. Best of luck.

    justtlb




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