Permanent marker is a great invention. But only when it is in the hands of children who want to paint, regardless of the selected surface. If it was wooden furniture, do not worry. There is an easy way to get rid of this "blackness".
What do you need
- toothpaste (not gel texture);
- soft wet cloth.
Liberally apply toothpaste on contaminated areas and rub in with a damp cloth.
Make sure you have enough toothpaste. The fabric should move freely over the surface without creating strong friction.
Rub paste will have about five minutes. If it is a little spots, it is required less. Once all traces are removed, wipe off excess toothpaste from the surface.