My little artist thought it would be fun to color on her wall while she was supposed to be napping. My walls have flat paint. I tried the magic eraser, but it took the pain off too and wasn't very effective. Anyone else know of a solution?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:04 AM on Aug. 23, 2010 in Home & Garden
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Answer by Micksbabe at 10:11 AM on Aug. 23, 2010
This is why the magic eraser took the paint off ....not so majickal....
Go with the baking soda and water paste, it will take a little muscle. Toss those crayons and get washable ones. About 14 years ago, before the discovery of washable crayons and that eraser, my little artists decided to color all over my one sons walls... we are talking all four walls. It took a very long time to get that off. While you might think painting over it might solve your problem.. it won't, because the paint won't stick to the wax residue left from the crayon. NIGHTMARE...
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