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    Default Help! How to get pen off couch fabric?

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    Ds2 drew on our new couch with black pen!!! How can I get it off without ruining the fabric?

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    This is from the Shannon Lush book spotless 2.

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    Not sure if that helps but best of luck!

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    My DD drew on a friends microfibre couch when we were visiting her once. Her DF works in a furniture shop and he didn't panic at all, just got the windex out and sprayed it on and it came out pretty much straight away. Google it.

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    I used baby wipes - worked well! Had to give it a good rub.

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    Thanks for the suggestions 😊

    I ended up using windex as it worked great! Not out completely yet, going to leave it to dry till morning then go over it one more time.

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