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How to Remove Crayon from All Your Hard Surfaces

Sometimes kids like to color outside the lines. Way outside the lines. Like so far outside the lines, they’re off the paper. No need to panic, though, because there’s actually a super-easy and all-natural way to get rid of any stray crayon marks on your hard surfaces. All you need is coconut oil and a little bit of elbow grease. Just dip a paper towel or washcloth in a bit of room-temperature coconut oil and start rubbing. Keep adding more coconut oil as needed and scrub that surface until it’s squeaky-clean and ready for arts and crafts take two. RELATED: 6 Surprising Cleaning Tricks That Won’t Eat Up Your Entire Saturday Additional Reporting by Abby Hepworth
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