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I've heard that pure acetone will take off anything from a disc. Does it clear those soaked-in ghost permanent marker stains? Rubbing alcohol does nothing on this stuff.
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it will lighten them sometimes but dye and sharpie are just about forever...
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It depends on the type of the marker. Another thing that works great for taking scuffs and some marker off is the magic erasers by mr clean. Those things are great!
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Acetone does a good job at taking some of the designs off.
I actually mix some of my dyes with acetone to make em pierce the plastic more and give deeper color.
It'll get a lot of stuff out, but some stuff it'll just fade down cuz its almost too permanent.
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Goo Gone works great! Just spray it on and let it set for 5 minutes or so-repeat if needed!
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