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Help crayons? (APO 1st year and 18M)
sarahann1978 posted:
So I need some advice: How do I get crayon off my walls?

I guess I'm going to have to put the crayons away in between supervised coloring time because DS went on a frenzy this morning while I was loading the dish washer.

Thanks for your input!
Sarah (31), DH(29), DS (Jan. 09)
MontanaMama2009 responded:
I've heard that Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser works...but I've always just used water and a wash rag and some elbow grease! If the walls are white, use a white wash rag. If they're a dark-colored wall, use a dark-colored wash rag.

Good luck!
Me, DH of 16 years, DD1 (15yo), DD2 (10yo), DD3 (nearly 2), a labrador, a tabby cat, a lop-eared bunny, and goldfish! Life is grand!
sarahann1978 replied to MontanaMama2009's response:
I tried scrubbing with a little dawn dish soap and it's not coming off that well, the walls are textured so it sticks down in the groove parts. I am going to pick up one of those magic erasers when I drop of DS at daycare. I hope it comes off!
Sarah (31), DH(29), DS (Jan. 09)
mel07430 replied to sarahann1978's response:
Magic Eraser!! It is awesome!
sarahann1978 replied to mel07430's response:
Yes thank you, I got one and it worked wonderfully!

Now my bedroom wall and door don't look like they were taken from the set of Elmo's World!
Sarah (31), DH(29), DS (Jan. 09)

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