- Apr 5, 2008
No one might even notice.....
If anything, I’d try to scrape it lightly. Maybe take some magic eraser to it.
I doubt any fluid would make it come out and I would be hesitant to use it.
After that post, I remembered what once happened to the backs of some mat samples. At the top backs of them, I write A, B or C for which company it is. Changed Sharpie size to small, after the fat one bled yellow through to the fronts of some. It took a long time, but happened. Your note is a good caution, and thank you for writing.Painting over a marker ink will not work in the long term. Ink will work its evil way back into view over the years. Unless you use shellac first.
I don't know if I'm the "anonymous Grumbler" but I'm glad it worked.I did it with Unstick. Tested a sample first, then the real thing. If it had been a single color, with a lot of shine, the fix would have shown up, but on this, it was great. When she picked up today, I had to tell her it had even happened. Thanks to an anonymous Grumbler for the suggestion.