Tea tree oil and/or rubbing alcohol are effective in removing permanent marker stains. Tea tree oil will not have a strong odor.
Tea tree oil
Tea Tree oil can be used for permanent marker stains. Apply the oil using a Q tip or cotton ball. Remove the oil using a cotton ball.
An alcohol-based hand sanitizer is also able to remove permanent marker staining.
Lemon essential oils can also be used for permanent marker stains on walls. For small areas, you can use white toothpaste or hand sanitizer.
You also have the option to rub alcohol
Rubbish alcohol can be used to get rid of permanent markers from carpets. A blotting motion can be used to get rid of stains.
Rub alcohol can also be used to stain the area with cotton wool. Keep working until the stain disappears.
Hairspray can remove permanent marker stains from clothes.
Hairspray is made up of water and alcohol that dissolves ink molecules.
Hairspray can be an effective and inexpensive way to remove stains.
Permanent marker stains can easily be removed by using milk. Rinse the garment off in milk.
A solution of white vinegar and dish detergent can be combined to remove permanent marker stains. Test the solution on a small area.
Permanent marker stains can be removed from clothing, provided the stain is not stubborn. Allow the stain to sit for at least 15 minutes.
Citrus juice is a great cleaner. It can be used to clean stained areas, spray on fabric, and paint white walls.