Do you have a little artist at home that likes to take their artwork off the paper? If you answered yes, this might just be the post for you.
Definitely said that in a cheesy infomercial voice, but in all reality, I have a tip for you guys. Lately Mila has been a coloring machine. I have notebooks full already and there’s always random papers with scribbles on them. To distract her from using crayons or markers on places I don’t want her to color, I showed her how our front door was a chalkboard. This worked for quite awhile, until she discovered more surfaces in the house.
This past week, my kitchen island has been the victim of Mila’s coloring.
So beautiful right… I mean anywhere besides my white island. At first, I grabbed a wipe and started scrubbing. It didn’t really work. I felt like I was getting a complete arm work out and it was still there.
Realizing I wasn’t getting anywhere with all my scrubbing… I had an idea.
Crayons are made of wax and when heated up, the crayon marks might wipe of a little easier…
I’m sure some of you have known this little trick, but if you don’t, it might help you in the future if your little Picasso takes their skills to walls or anywhere you want untouched.
It took less than five minutes to get everything wiped off after doing the little heat trick!
Hopefully it doesn’t turn into washable or even *gasp* permanent markers next. If it does and I figure a quick solution, I’ll keep you all updated. If you have one, comment below so I can prepare! I’m sure I’ll need it!