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Thread: Help! Help! Help!

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    Thanks for that site Woody http://quiltersreview.com/index.php/...uilting-marks/
    there are pages of excellent tips for quilters here on that site
    http://quiltersreview.com/index.php/category/tips/

    Anna

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    Senior Member Elaine433's Avatar
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    I am always so afraid of marking the top with anything other than chalk and sometimes even that scares me.
    I will be anxious to hear how this all works out.

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    MY friend found a spot of blood on her redwork and the tide pen worked

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    I saw from your possible address that you could be in a hot climate.I live in Arizona and I have found that these washable pens will set rather firmly if left in a hot car . So if I am travelling by car I take it with me when I leave the air conditioned car.THis has saved me many a headache.
    I'm an obsessive compulsive quilter and batik aholic. I make only king size quilts.

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    Super Member klgls's Avatar
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    I have successfully used 2 parts of hydrogen peroxide to 1 part Dawn dishwashing detergent to remove marks from pens. I use a soft toothbrush to apply.

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    I'm so sorry this happened! How heart-breaking, especially since it is a gift for your friend. I hope some (at least one) of the suggestions work!
    :-)
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    try peroxide or lemon juice from lemon .............hope that works /////gayle

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    I use a old tooth brush to scrub the lines off with warm water and use oxyclean Laundry soap.

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