How do you get permanent marker out of wood? Regular old rubbing alcohol is an extremely effective—and extremely affordable—solution for permanent marker stains in wood. Grab some isopropyl alcohol from your medicine cabinet and pour it onto a clean, dry, cotton cloth. Dab, don’t rub, the spot with the cloth until the marker stain begins to lift.
How do you get sharpie off of wood cabinets? For wood, the company recommends applying a thin coat of the stain remover, rubbing it in with a dry Mr. Clean Magic Eraser ($10 for a box of eight at Lowe’s) and then wiping the surface clean with a damp cloth. Rubbing alcohol is another product that usually erases ink from permanent markers.
Can you sand Sharpie off wood? Step 1: Use the wet wipe to wipe the wood surface with the permanent marker. The alcohol content in the wipes will help remove some of the permanent markers on the wood. Step 2: Sand the permanent marker off the unfinished wood. Use 80-grit sandpaper.
What gets permanent marker off? Rubbing alcohol, hand sanitiser, hairspray, nail polish remover, or non-gel toothpaste can all be used to remove permanent marker from everyday fabric items like clothes, pillows, or bedsheets. So, before dumping your permanent marker-stained clothes in the bin, try wiping the stain with an alcohol-based hairspray.