Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Crayon on Wood or Painted Walls


Here are few tips for you that work to get crayon off wood or painted walls.

  • Wood: Slather mayonnaise on your child's artistic masterpiece and let it set for 10 minutes. The combination of oil and egg dissolves the crayon wax, so you can wipe it clean with a cloth.
  • Walls: Squeeze non-gel toothpaste onto a soft, damp cloth and lightly scrub until the scribbles are gone. Similar to the way toothpaste removes plaque from teeth without damaging enamel, its mild abrasives eradicate wax without stripping paint.