Here's what I found:http://www.thathomesite.com/forums/load/cleaning/msg060024244258.html?7Good luck!
Oh no! Barb,you should see my walls and if my carpet wasn't dark I am positive I would have the same visable crayon evidence. Maybe try putting white paper over the crayon marks and then a hot iron to melt onto the paper? Not sure what that would do,but maybe it would work.
Barb, the effectiveness of using a hot iron depends upon what the carpet is made of. I tried to remove candle wax from our basement carpet and now have a permanent burn.Coit says to treat crayon like wax: 1)apply dry cleaning solution and blot. 2) repeat until stain fades. 3) apply dish detergent solution. Blot again. 4)rinse with tap water and blot dry.It sounds like a lot of work since the drawings on your carpet are not only in one spot. Godd Luck, Mom
That's to bad!!! Aimee K.
Yes, Aimee, it is rather unfortunate :)Nice to see you here at my blog!
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