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😎😥😆 You turn your back for a minute only to find there's now crayon on your hardwood surface. We've all been there, but the good news is that you've probably got the right cleaning supplies around your home. In this article, we'll show you how to get rid of crayon marks on wooden floors, tables, or furniture. One of these easy home cleaning hacks is sure to do the trick!

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      • Avoid using solvents like paint thinner, rubbing alcohol, or nail polish remover on wood surfaces.[12] These can lift the finish and make the wood grain rough.

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      This article was co-authored by Erik Bakirov and by wikiHow staff writer, Jessica Gibson. Erik Bakirov is a Cleaning Specialist at Room413 Cleaning in Los Angeles, California. Erik specializes in deep, move-in, and move-out cleaning services. Room413 matches homeowners with reliable and trustworthy cleaning services. They also promote environmentally friendly cleaning products.
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      Updated: June 5, 2022
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      Categories: Cleaning Wood | Cleaning
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