Ink Stain Removal from Wall

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How can I remove ink stains from my wall?

Ink Stain Removal from Wall

You can remove ink stains from your wall by using a non-oily liquid hairspray. Spray the area well then wipe with a clean cloth. You may need to use several applications. Remember to always test in a non-visible area first to be sure that this does not harm your wall.

   

Comments

7/31/2007 9:42:19 AM
Aleisha said:

This worked just wonderfuly. My little two year old had decided to used a ink pen and color on the walls and doors of our house. I tried everything to get the stains out, but nothing seemed to work. Then I came upon this website and I tried the hairspray and it worked instently. Thank you.


8/17/2007 3:22:13 PM
Tami said:

Wow! Who would have thought to use hairspray? It worked great! Came completely clean on my semi-gloss paint,but left a faint mark on the high-gloss of the door and door frame. It looks tons better.


2/7/2008 8:34:41 AM
Carolyn said:

be sure to test in an inconspicuous area. It removes latex paint along with the stain. I do not know if it will remove oil based paint.


12/19/2008 7:19:52 AM
theresa said:

i've tried that and everything eles i can think of. nothing seems to work. been scrubbing at it for almost an hour and little progress. how long should it take


5/30/2009 4:37:19 PM
chad said:

what if theres a sticky resadue???


7/22/2009 9:13:32 AM
janet said:

This works because of the alcohol in the hairspray. Isopropal rubbing alcohol works to remove the stain as well.


12/25/2011 12:13:48 PM
amanda said:

this really works! I tryed it myself.




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