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    Quote Originally Posted by berylsmum View Post
    those erasers you buy for walls.
    You wet it and rub off the mark!

    Chux magic eraser!
    yes these are great

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    Try a normal eraser, works here.

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    Toothpaste has worked for me in the past.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ready To Run View Post
    Thanks everyone,

    I tried WD40 first and it didn't work which I was suprised at as it says on the can that it does lol. Then I tried the CHUX Magic Eraser - didn't work either. I can't find gumption at the store and they are out of hairspray. So I'm going to try a couple of other things suggested and I will let you know how I go. I really do stress this is really crappy paint you only have to touch it and theres a mark there thats really difficult to remove
    I mentioned toothpaste and/or Ajax in my earlier post, try those.

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    I found huggies wipes to do the job.

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    Hairspray!! U spray some on wall then wipe off. It works I have done it!! Just don't use too much as it will eat away at paint


 

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