Crayon Clean-Up

Crayon on the walls?!

Children and coloring go together like peanut butter and jelly! All kids love to color and for some reason they think that walls are giant sheets of paper!
My son has yet to color on the walls, but when he does I have the perfect way to get it off. My secret is coconut oil! At first when I found this out I could not believe it, so I had to try it.
The steps to removing crayons from your wall are very simple, check them out:

1. Dip a paper towel or washcloth in your  Kelapo Coconut Oil.

2. Apply the oily paper towel to the desired area on the wall and gently rub the crayon off.

It’s a very simple process and takes no time at all. When you are finished your walls will be back to normal color again! If your walls seem a little oily afterwards put a little bit of vinegar on a sponge and rub the oily area. This should remove any trace of oil on your walls!

Will you be trying out this trick if your little ones color on the walls?

-Lani

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  1. February 27, 2015 at 8:57 am

    Another way to clean crayon marks is to cover the stain with a clean rag or paper towel and apply a warm iron on top of the cloth. As the stain melts, the crayon will be absorbed into the cloth.Herne Hill Carpet Cleaners Ltd.

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