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    Tried the Magic Eraser last night and took the markers clean off. Thanks Joseph.

    Jason.

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    WD-40 works amazingly well.

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    I find myself having to remove stuff like that a lot. My arsenal is:

    iso alcohol for latex paint

    butane (lighter fluid) for removing gummy deposits from plastics and other surfaces

    acetone for tougher stuff and permanent marker (beware the surface you use)

    lacquer thinner for other paints/lacquers/super-permanent marker. But if you're trying to remove it from wood, chances are it will remove or damage the finish. You can always re-lacquer. That's the beauty of lacquer though. You can touch it up just fine - unlike polyurethane or other wood finishes.

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    Shellac is similar to lacquer in that it can be touched up with similar methods. But the solvent for shellac is alcohol.

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