Those who have children know exactly how much they love to draw kids. Sometimes schoolchildren make drawings not only on paper, but also on themselves, on their clothes, on bed linen, etc. However, even adults can sometimes leave a marker stain on their clothes. What to do in these cases? We share with you a few simple methods that should help.

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How to clean a marker stain

Method 1: hydrogen peroxide

This method can be used for white thingsbecause hydrogen peroxide has bleaching properties and can ruin colored fabrics.

First, rub the marker stains under cool running water. Next, pour a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide on the stain and leave for a while. Then wash the item as usual and rinse thoroughly.

Method 2: dishwashing detergent

Rinse the stained item in cool water and then rub dish soap into the stain. Set clothing aside for a few hours and wash normally.

Method 3: ammonia

Mix ammonia and water in a ratio of 2 to 1. Rinse the item in cool water and apply the mixture directly to the stain. Leave for 5 minutes. Then gently rub the stain with a toothbrush and wash the item as usual.

How to clean marker stains / Photo by 5-Minute Crafts

Method 4: ammonia and detergent

Mix 2 tablespoons of ammonia and 2 tablespoons of detergent and water. Put the clothes into the mixture and rinse. Using a dish sponge, apply this solution to the stain and leave for 10-15 minutes. Then wash the item.

Method 5: Sanitizer, Baking Soda, and Lemon Juice

To clean a permanent marker stain, apply hand sanitizer to the stain and wipe it with a cotton pad. Sprinkle baking soda on top.

Pour a little lemon juice over the baking soda, and then scrub the stain with a toothbrush. Lemon juice combined with baking soda is an all purpose cleaner that can clean most stains. After that, wash the item.

Cleanse with sanitizer, baking soda and lemon juice. Photo 5-Minute Crafts