Method 2: Dishwasher Soap
If you have a dishwasher, you can use dishwasher soap to remove crayon from your walls. Start by soaking a sponge or cloth in the mixture of dishwashing soap and water and rub the crayon marks. You may need to scrub a bit to get the crayon off, but this method is usually very effective.
Method 3: Wash and Dry
One of the best methods to clean the crayon marks is to wash and dry the area. This will remove the crayon from the wall and leave your wall looking like new. If you have a small area of crayon on your wall, you can use a damp cloth to remove it. Simply wet the cloth and rub the crayon off of the wall. On the other hand, if you have a larger area to clean, you can use a sponge or brush to scrub the area. Once you have scrubbed the crayon off, you must dry the area completely.
Method 4: Sanding and Elbow Grease
Another method that you can use is to sand them off. This method will require some elbow grease, but it will ultimately get the job done. You will need to use fine-grit sandpaper and sand over the crayon until it is gone. If you’re dealing with stubborn marks, you can try using a little elbow grease. Once the crayon is gone, be sure to wipe down the area with a clean cloth to remove any residue. Once you are finished sanding, you will need to vacuum or sweep up the debris.
Method 5: Scrape Off With a Plastic Spoon
If your child has used a crayon on your walls, you can remove it with a plastic spoon. The first thing you can do is heat the area with a hair dryer. This will soften the wax and make it easier to scrape off. Then, use the spoon to scrape the wax off in small sections. You may need to go over the area several times to remove all of the wax.
Method 6: Shower Cleaner
To remove crayon using this method, start by spraying the affected area with a shower cleaner. Then, using a sponge or a soft cloth, scrub the area in a circular motion until the crayon comes off. If needed, you can also use a toothbrush to get into hard-to-reach spots. Once you’re finished cleaning, rinse the area with water and dry it off with a towel.
Method 7: Paint It Over
If you have already tried a few of the methods on this list but still struggling to remove crayon from your walls, don’t despair! There is one final method that just might do the trick. Paint is a great way to cover up any unsightly marks on your walls and it can definitely help you. You can apply a new coat of paint over the crayon markings and they’ll be gone for good!
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