Some years ago, MDM’s children discovered that you could draw and color on the walls just as easily as on paper. The problem then arose, how to remove these masterpieces especially from walls that were not in their bedroom, without removing the paper layer of drywall. So, put on your rubber gloves and go to work:
- MDM found through trial and error an economical way of removing ink, crayon, and almost anything on walls by using Soft Scrub® and a Scotch Brite™Dobie Pad® Simply apply *Soft Scrub® directly on the Dobie pad and gently, in a circular motion, apply it to the spot or area. Rinse and dry the wall with a rag, repeat if necessary. This treatment is especially good for those black marks that mysteriously appear on walls from who knows where.
- Secondly, A designer colleague recommended that while my children were young it was best to paint the walls in an Eggshell Finish, not a Flat, as a preventative measure to insure easy removal of marks harmlessly.