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How do you get biro scribble off vinyl?

(14 Posts)
suzywong Sat 05-Mar-05 12:10:20

You know how it is
small boy, biro, kitchen chair upholstered in cream vinyl.... dh had a wig out and I calmly said, oh yeah I'll get it off don't worry.

HELP!

thedogmother Sat 05-Mar-05 12:27:09

Would rubbing it with milk work? This is meant to work for biro on clothes, so maybe?

Or you might have to try Stain Devils if you can get it where you are.

rickman Sat 05-Mar-05 12:31:39

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purpleturtle Sat 05-Mar-05 12:36:21

Having started the other biro thread of the day, I am concluding that the answer is: you can't At least ours was only a doll.

Freckle Sat 05-Mar-05 12:42:13

have you tried a wet wipe? They seem to cope with most things.

suzywong Sat 05-Mar-05 12:47:48

oh my word, that's a lot of answers and a lot of things to try.

Sorry to hear you have had biro devastation purpleturtle (do you live in Mornington Crescent btw?). I'll try the milk and the hairspray and the milk, wet wipes and nailpolish ain't shifting it.

thanks

starlover Sat 05-Mar-05 21:50:07

i got biro off a doll using milk!

CathB2 Tue 08-Mar-05 12:09:10

WD40 gets crayon off paint (use sparingly) , it may be worth a go if you cant shift it any other way.

This is my only household tip..

Snugs Tue 08-Mar-05 12:12:22

You can get special vinyl cleaner - just can't remember the name of it at moment. Will ask dh, they use it at work.

chipmonkey Tue 08-Mar-05 12:43:45

Try toothpaste! I used it to get biro off a doll and it worked

Snugs Tue 08-Mar-05 12:44:49

DH is going to try to find out name of product - the stuff he has has been decanted into a plain container!

He did say though to go to any motorist supply shop - so many cars have vinyl upholstery/roofs that they sell specialist products.

suzywong Tue 08-Mar-05 12:45:34

right, will try toothpaste
tried eucalyptus oil as the Aussies recommend in for absolutely bloody everything as a matter of national pride but no luck

thanks

humphrey Tue 08-Mar-05 19:43:14

What about bicarbonate Soda it got crayon off my walls eventually had to rub it for quite a while but eventually all came off

Caligula Tue 08-Mar-05 19:45:09

Do all these substances also work for leather?

(DD is always drawing on the leather sofas)

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