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Old 29 September 2015, 12:01   #1
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Removing Sharpy/ permanent marker.

Hello. Looking for some help of removing permanent marker off one of the tubes that has been labelled "rescue" I want to remove it without discolouring the orange.

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Old 29 September 2015, 12:37   #2
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Tube material?
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Hypalon-coated Nylon
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You almost certainly won't get it all off. A "wear" patch is probably the best aesthetic solution.
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Try baby wipes. They get it off skin but that might be because of skin oils
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WD40 takes it off lots of things but not sure about hypalon.
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Try some acetone
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Hi

You could try oxygel soap .
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There are some specialist pen/marker removers which may do the trick....it's the Hyperlon that's the variable,but depending on...worth a try.
Other than that Polys suggestion (depends on size and place ect)of marks ect is the other option...you maybe able to "Ballance" the aesthetics by applying another
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