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Posted by bus_driver (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 1, 12 at 16:29

The lower panel of a white-finished aluminum storm door has been attacked with a black felt-tipped marker. The "artist" had some talent. I prefer the factory finish to anything I can apply to cover the marker. What cleaner is likely to remove the most of the marker without damaging the original white finish?

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RE: Grafitti

Have you tried orange oil?

RE: Grafitti

denatured alcohol

RE: Grafitti

That is the solvent used inmost permanent markers.

Test anything you try on an inconspicuous spot first.

RE: Grafitti

Try anything you have on the shelf after testing on an inconspicuous spot. The colored chemical has to be soluble in something.

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