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Yes that was my work.   And what are you going to do about it?

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  • Lisa

    Well, they don’t call it permanent marker for nothing. My daughter blessed us with her cave art back in about 1998. I thought I had the stain whooped after repainting the room twice with many many coats of Kilz on the wall. When we repainted the room earlier this year, the stain had miraculously reappeared again, although it took several years to do so. So, a few more layers of Kilz went down before the paint. I am predicting the stain will show up in another 10 years! (I should have grandkids by then, LOL) My husband recommends sanding your wall before painting.

  • Kelly

    My daughter did this at around 2 years of age with a Sharpie marker. It ran ALL down the hall and all over her bedroom. When I asked her about it, she said that it was a picture of “Mommy saying ‘Boo-hooo’.” Apparently, she knew my response ahead of time.

  • Heather

    I’m going to take out my magic eraser and huff about it for an hour while you watch spongebob is what I’m going to do! 🙂 We’ve all had this one I think. I have a crayon line that is miraculously at child height where she just walked around the room, with the crayon stuck to the wall and drew a straight line, stopping only to go around furniture and starting again at the same height on the other side.

  • Sheesha

    I am also in that boat. My 2 1/2 yr old daughter found a permanent marker and marked all over her tv, tv stand, beige carpet, bed sheets, wood bed frame, a cute throw pillow, and herself. Yes, I should have taken a pic and submitted it. I probably could with what's still left on the carpet.

    Anyone know how to get black permanent marker out of beige carpet??? 🙁

  • http://twitter.com/cubantrovador Ariel Garcia

    Priceless, loves the his face

  • Sarah

    sheesha–google works great for questions like that. I'm pretty sure you can use some rubbing alcohol and elbow grease and it will mostly come out! good luck

  • http://twitter.com/sarahscrich Sarah Scrichfield

    let me guess, sharpie, right? how do they find those? I'm always so careful not to leave any around and they find them anyway!