How to Remove Pen Marks From Any Surface

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Introduction: How to Remove Pen Marks From Any Surface

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In this Instructable I show you how to remove pen marks from (almost) all surfaces.

For those with children this will be a very recognizable challenge. Your daughter or son got hold of a pen and walked through the house with all its consequences ...

Fortunately, this life hack offers the solution in many cases! In deodorant, bactericidal substances such as triclosan or alcohol are used. For this life hack to work, you need deodorant that includes alcohol.

Video tutorial:

Supplies

  • Deodorant (that includes alcohol)
  • Cloth

Step 1: Leather Couch

Spray a little deodorant on the surface to be treated. To make sure that the deodorant does not affect the material or leave stains, you can first test on a spot that is not visible.

Let the alcohol work for a few seconds and then wipe the surface thoroughly with a dry cloth. You can repeat this process if there are still residues.

Step 2: Floor Tiles

Spray a little deodorant on the surface to be treated. To make sure that the deodorant does not affect the material or leave stains, you can first test on a spot that is not visible.

Let the alcohol work for a few seconds and then wipe the surface thoroughly with a dry cloth. You can repeat this process if there are still residues.

Step 3: Laminated Wood

Spray a little deodorant on the surface to be treated. To make sure that the deodorant does not affect the material or leave stains, you can first test on a spot that is not visible.

Let the alcohol work for a few seconds and then wipe the surface thoroughly with a dry cloth. You can repeat this process if there are still residues.

Step 4: Wood

Spray a little deodorant on the surface to be treated. To make sure that the deodorant does not affect the material or leave stains, you can first test on a spot that is not visible.

Let the alcohol work for a few seconds and then wipe the surface thoroughly with a dry cloth. You can repeat this process if there are still residues.

Step 5: Leather Chair

Spray a little deodorant on the surface to be treated. To make sure that the deodorant does not affect the material or leave stains, you can first test on a spot that is not visible.

Let the alcohol work for a few seconds and then wipe the surface thoroughly with a dry cloth. You can repeat this process if there are still residues.

Step 6: ​This Is Not the End

This is the end of this Instructable but not of this Life Hack. This works on many more materials. Make sure you always test on a piece that is not visible first!

Video tutorial:

I hope you enjoyed this Instructable and got rid of your pen marks!

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    5 Comments

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    TomJames
    TomJames

    9 days ago

    I wouldn't have thought of this. Thanks!

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    Xxtwilight2468xX
    Xxtwilight2468xX

    8 months ago

    Woah did not even know that! Very very cool

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    moltcraft
    moltcraft

    10 months ago

    interesting!

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    Talha Sharafat
    Talha Sharafat

    11 months ago

    Same thing, he did for others