Removing Permanent marker On Car License Plate ?
Some one wrote on the license plate of my car and i have tryed everything and used any product that u can find around a house and nothing removes the blue marker, anyone have any thing that can remove it from the license plate ?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
try WD40 or 70% rubing alcohol.
- 1 decade ago
Get an erasable marker (any colour should be fine) and trace over whatever was written on the license plate. Then erase it using a soft cloth or paper towel. Trace and erase in small sections because if left too long that marker may dry on and you'll have to repeat the process. I'm a teacher and in some classes teachers pick up permanent marker instead of erasable for the whiteboards. That's what we do to remove the permanent marker. It may work on your license plate. Good luck!
- JaxxonzLv 41 decade ago
If you mean like a magic marker, alcohol will work OK, but denatured alcohol will get it all off very easily. Just put the alcohol directly on the plate, wait maybe 5 to 10 seconds and wipe the marker off.
If there's any left on the plate, put some more on a clean paper towel and rub it off. That's the easy way.
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- ValerieLv 44 years ago
well i know in my office her we have a white board that we use permenant and dry marker on, to get off the permenant we just write over it with the dry and it comes right off , you may wanna practice it a few times before you do the actual thing remember these may be two different materials ok. That is horrible some a hole did that!!
- 1 decade ago
You can buy a small can of "OOPS" in the paint dept. at Wal-Mart for a few bucks. It removes paint, marker, stains, sticky residue, etc. It works wonders, and is great to have around the house!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Magic Eraser works really well on permanent marker.
- Jeffrey FLv 61 decade ago
WD40 and Magic Eraser!
WD40 will break the "permanent" bond between the pigment and the surface while the magic eraser will scrub the residual away.
- Backwoods BarbieLv 71 decade ago
Try some rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover on a soft cloth.:)
- Julie CLv 51 decade ago
Have you tried hair spray? It works great on marker!