Question by  ganesh (84)

How can I get marks off of the kitchen cabinets without damaging the paint?


Answer by  lshumway (39)

It depends on what the marks are, of course, and what type of paint you have. For washable crayons and markers, baby wipes are excellent--they work on most foods, too. Tougher things, say non-washable crayons are more difficult--enough so that you may just be better off repainting.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Magic Eraser is a great product from removing stains and marks from painted walls and cabinets. Just be sure to keep the product out of the reach of children as it can be dangerous for them.


Answer by  totallykim (167)

One of my best friends for removing marks from anything is one of those new magic erase sponges. I have had success removing crayons, markers(not permanent), and other grime from both painted and non-porous surfaces. I find the knock-off brand seems to work fine. You can find these in the grocery aisle with other cleaning supplies.


Answer by  elaine (450)

It will depend on your finish, so begin in an unobtrusive area: use Mr.Clean's Magic Eraser. Works great on painted walls so it might work for you.

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