by Lee Wyatt
(last updated November 9, 2015)
If you happen to have children, periodically take care of children, or even do a little bit of artwork yourself then you know just how easy it can be to get a stain of permanent marker somewhere. For some strange reason, one of the most popular places for such stains to appear is on linoleum. Luckily there are a few methods that you can use to make removing permanent marker from linoleum a task that is actually possible.
In the event that none of these methods are actually able to work on getting rid of your stain, you can always you a more hands on approach. Be aware that this method is a little more difficult, and you will need the following materials: denatured rubbing alcohol, methyl hydrate, and a small amount of colorless and odorless nail polish remover. In addition, you will also need about two rolls of paper towels (preferably Bounty since they are a little more tough).
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