How to Remove Crayon Marks from Seat Cushion

Updated on October 20, 2009
B.R. asks from Rancho Cucamonga, CA
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Our dining room chairs are wood with built-in cream color cushions. My 3 y/o son decided to color the cushion so now there's red, blue, and purple marks. How do I remove those stains? Thanks.

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answers from San Diego on

I would say, you could try 409 usually works on crayons.



answers from Honolulu on

Try a "Tide To Go" stain stick.
It removes a lot of stuff successfully. At least I have had a lot of success with it.

Good luck,

*in the future, buy those "washable" Crayola crayons, which is made to wash out.



answers from San Diego on

I used the upholstry wand on my upright wet vacuum/carpet cleaner. Took it right out no probs.



answers from Las Vegas on

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