Cleaning Crayon off Walls
Parents and teachers love to receive the works-of-art that their children and students create. They display their masterpieces by hanging them up on the fridge, at school or in their office at work. Kids however, can be messy artists just as they can be messy eaters.
Crayons are a lot of fun and kids sometimes forget they are supposed to stay on the paper. You may find yourself asking, “What removes crayon?” From walls, floors, fabric, table tops and more, and for those times when arts-n-crafts time turns more adventurous or an accident just happens, have a bottle of De-Solv-it Citrus Solution close by.
When your child draws on his bedroom walls with crayon, or when he decides to try and color designs on plastic toys. Or perhaps coloring on the floor ran outside the lines and off the paper onto the linoleum, ceramic or wood floors. How would you clean up such stains as these? The citrus cleaning solvent De-Solv-it Citrus Solution has the ability to remove these stain types effortlessly from virtually any surface.
Remove crayon and gum safely and effectively with the citrus-based, environmentally friendly solvent that is 100% satisfaction guaranteed. De-Solv-it Citrus Solution is a safer cleaning product that doesn’t contain bleach or oxidizers. There are no harmful vapors or need for ventilation after application and its safe on skin and hair. Some of the active ingredients that gives De-Solv-it these characteristics and some of its cleaning ability are citrus oils and organic wetting agents.
Remove Crayons and Gum from the Dryer
Sometimes gum and crayons make it all the way to the dryer before being discovered. When removing the melted crayon or gum stains from clothing with this citrus cleaning solvent, remove as much of the mass as possible first. Then saturate the crayon or gum stained area of clothing on both sides of the fabric, and let it works its way into the stain for 1-2 minutes. Blot the area with a paper towel, and then re-spray with the citrus solvent until all of the stain is removed from the fabric. Rinse in the laundry sink with the warmest water the garment manufacturer will allow before laundering again according to the manufacturer’s direction. Be sure to remove all of the stain before drying again. (TIP: When crayon or gum goes through the dryer, be sure to remove the melted crayon or gum from the dryer and wipe the inside dryer surface with mild soap and water – a sponge works well here – and let dry before using again.)
When using De-Solv-it Citrus Solution on hard surfaces, apply the eco-friendly product, wipe, and then rinse with water. If on a hard surface inside, soak a clean towel with water, and wipe the area where the orange powered remover was applied. In most cases, let the citrus solvent sit for 20-30 seconds before wiping; tougher stains may require a longer wait.