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Baking Soda for a stubborn crayon mark

If you have a stubborn crayon mark, sprinkle a little baking soda on a damp sponge and gently rub in a circular motion. If lubricants residue remains, dampen a sponge with a solution of one or two drops of mild dish-washing liquid to one cup water. Squeeze out sponge and gently rub in a circular motion. Rinse sponge; lightly moisten with water to go over area; dry with a clean cloth.

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Worked like a charm Comments By: Anon. on 2007-09-26
I used this tip to remove crayon from stone on my fireplace and it came right up. Thank you TIPKING!
Awsome! Comments By: Aubrey Wallace on 2009-03-28
My 3 yearole son drew all over his dresser and I wanted HIM to clean it off. This is a perfect way to make hime be responsible for his messes and it is totally safe!

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