Removing EXPO marker ink from a surface that it is not supposed to be on is no easy task. But it is doable with the right cleaning agent and some good tips.
Read on as we show you how to remove EXPO markers using both commercial and available home cleaners. Let’s get straight into it!
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Removing EXPO Markers 101
How to remove EXPO markers? As you have read, there is more than one answer.
It is possible to erase the dry erase ink with many different ingredients, as well as combinations of them. The appropriate procedure also depends on where you are removing the EXPO marker from. Here is a recap:
- From whiteboards or dry erase boards: EXPO cleaning products, rubbing alcohol, magic eraser, nail polish remover, and hand sanitizer.
- From walls: Rubbing alcohol, magic eraser, nail polish remover, and toothpaste.
- From clothes: Mixture of rubbing alcohol and white vinegar.
- From wood: Rubbing alcohol and toothpaste.
- From the skin: Rubbing alcohol, nail polish remover, and hand sanitizer.
Hi, I am Eveline Kessler, a content creator. My love for colors and arts draws me here to join the Intermediarts team with Leilani. I am responsible for testing new products and techniques with her and providing honest reviews and tips based on our experience. I have gained a lot of knowledge from this, and I believe you will find her suggestions to be invaluable as well.