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27 Aug 2008 - 21:215614
How D'you get perminate marker out? =3
Urgh..
i messed up on my roxas jacket, and the checks are all to big, so i wanna get rid of them, but i wanted to get it done so i did them alllllll in perminate marker...
Eheh xD
so any idea how to get it out?



Ty!


28 Aug 2008 - 11:025615
it might not work with permanent marker, but try milk. it usually works with most ink stains.

or is not I guess Vanish. Just keep washing it


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Last edited by yami-no-neko (28 Aug 2008 - 11:02)
28 Aug 2008 - 11:165616
Surgical spirit. Deffinately.


28 Aug 2008 - 18:225618
Ooo. Milk?
Thats a new one xD
and im scared to wash it incase it kinda semi dyes the jacket grey, and then ill have to go spend more money which i realy dont have TT_TT
Surgical spirt sounds intesting though, i'll see if i can get any of my dad,
Thankyou both so much for your help!!
^___^


29 Aug 2008 - 20:095639
acetone is another possibility, but you might end up just spreading the ink when using any chemicals. you could try melting clear wax into the non inked areas to prevent spread/bleed, then washing it out with uber hot water, but again, it might not work.


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30 Aug 2008 - 20:425650
Quote xaerael:
acetone is another possibility, but you might end up just spreading the ink when using any chemicals. you could try melting clear wax into the non inked areas to prevent spread/bleed, then washing it out with uber hot water, but again, it might not work.

Mmm, i was thinking about that stuff, but the wax idea is a good one, thats what i was worried about most is just spreading all the ink >____<
But thankyou very much for your help1
^_^


31 Aug 2008 - 01:035653
I saw an article in Cosmode where they suggested using cotton wool and nail varnish remover to remove marker from vinyl/PVC, but I'm not sure about other materials...

Or you could just try painting over the mistakes in fabric paint?

Do NOT wash it if you've done the detail in marker, for future ref. I'd suggest getting a Dylon fabric pen, much easier and you can fix it with a hot iron so it's washable.


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Last edited by Orihime (31 Aug 2008 - 01:05)
31 Aug 2008 - 09:025658
Quote Orihime:
I saw an article in Cosmode where they suggested using cotton wool and nail varnish remover to remove marker from vinyl/PVC, but I'm not sure about other materials...

Or you could just try painting over the mistakes in fabric paint?

Do NOT wash it if you've done the detail in marker, for future ref. I'd suggest getting a Dylon fabric pen, much easier and you can fix it with a hot iron so it's washable.

o_o''
i never thought about going over it in fabric paint/pen xD
i have a pot of white fabric paint left over from my yuffie top,
TYVM! =D
no playing with dangerous chemical's though D=


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