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- December 12, 2004 at 12:50 pm #252172Guest
If the nail polish remover does not have acetone, this should cut
down on the removal of the finish.— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, John and Roxanne McLain
> 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 fingernailpolish remover to get the sharpie off of skin. Hope this helps.
> Good luck,> Roxanne
>> To: Budget101_@…: mstclark@…: Wed, 30 May 2007 14:41:58
+0000Subject: 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: myson 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??anysuggestions would be very much appreciated!thank you!tonya(josh’s
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