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    Removing Felt Tip Pen marks

    So my 4 year old has decided to draw on our garden seat. Just wondering if anyone has had this and what products would be good to remove.
    Probably gonna paint it eventually but want planning on it just it. Might be my only option to cover it up.
    Thanks.

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    Try some lighter fuel, it works wonders on other things like taking stickers off things.

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    Acetone could do it.

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    Whiteboard marker

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    Exhibit A

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniper-sam View Post
    Exhibit A

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    Just sand it off.

    It won't even take 5 minutes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by senraw View Post
    Just sand it off.

    It won't even take 5 minutes..

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    Actually never thought of that gonna try that now.

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    Great advice!!!!
    All sorted and by way of thank you I've chucked a fiver into the fundraiser.
    Great community as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniper-sam View Post
    Great advice!!!!
    All sorted and by way of thank you I've chucked a fiver into the fundraiser.
    Great community as always.

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    Looks good now! Id sand the whole arm and take the machine marks out of the rest of it too though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt8500 View Post
    Looks good now! Id sand the whole arm and take the machine marks out of the rest of it too though
    Was thinking that but it's coming into winter now and it'll be out all over winter. I'd say by next spring it'll have aged a bit. We've only had it 4 months.

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