In their youthful enthusiasm, children can demonstrate their creativity in ways that make grown-ups grumble. And when your kid colors on the wall, you might even feel like crying. If your little one has drawn a pretty picture on a painted wall in your home, don’t worry. We’ll show you how to get crayon off walls.
What you will need:
- Washcloth or dish towel
- Baking soda
- Extra towel or paper towel
Step 1: Fold the washcloth or dish towel several times so that you can hold it firmly. Run it under water until it’s damp.
Step 2: Sprinkle the baking soda on the washcloth or towel and rub it a little until the baking soda is moistened.
Step 3: Place the washcloth or towel on the crayon mark and rub it in either a circular or up/down motion until the color disappears.
Step 4: Use a dry towel or paper towel to wipe away the residue.
Step 5: Step back and admire your clean wall.