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Removing markers from shoes

Removing marker from the soles of shoes can be a challenging task, but it's definitely doable. Whether you've accidentally marked up your favorite pair of sneakers or your little one has used your shoes as a canvas for their art projects, there are a few simple steps you can follow to get rid of the marker stains. Here's how to remove marker from the soles of shoes:

Start by wiping away as much of the excess marker as possible with a dry cloth or paper towel. Be sure to use a gentle touch to avoid damaging the soles of the shoes.

Next, moisten a cloth or sponge with rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover. Gently scrub the affected area with the damp cloth or sponge, applying light pressure as you go.

If the marker stain is particularly stubborn, you may need to use a little bit of soap or detergent to help lift it off. Simply lather up a small amount of soap or detergent onto a cloth or sponge and gently scrub the affected area.

Once you've removed as much of the marker as possible, rinse the soles of the shoes thoroughly with water to remove any soap or cleaning solution residue.

If the marker stain is still visible after trying these methods, you may need to use a stronger cleaner such as bleach or oxyclean. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions and use caution when working with these chemicals, as they can be harsh and youmay cause damage to your shoes.

By following these simple steps, you should be able to successfully remove marker from the soles of your shoes. Just be sure to take your time and use a gentle touch to avoid damaging the shoes. Good luck!

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