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Topic: HELP! Chalk wont come out of quilt  (Read 613 times)
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« on: February 14, 2013 01:25:19 PM »

I made a quilt a couple of months ago and did a large amount of free motion quilting on it.  I've used chalk before with no problems, but this time it wont seem to come out...at all.  I used this product... http://www.joann.com/chalk-cartridge-set/xprd357399/

which I should have read the reviews in before I used it!  Now I have these terrible yellow lines that I CANNOT get out.  Here is what I have tried.. tide stain remover pen, clorox stain removing pen, mr. clean magic eraser, magic wand stain remover, tide to go stain remover, hydrogen peroxide (always seems to fix stuff, not this time), and I have goo gone, but I have not used this yet because I've heard it can sometimes stain fabrics more. 

I'm going crazy here.  If anyone has any magical solutions for getting this out I would really appreciate it!

I've been a shoeless cobbler for as long as i remember and i'm always having trouble staying put.
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2013 10:48:47 AM »

I hopped over to look at the reviews, and this was posted on March 3rd.  In case it wasn't you, here is what it said " I tried 'Grandma's Spot Remover', I applied the soap and brushed it in with a toothbrush. Left it 10 minutes and washed under cold water with the tooth brush again and it all went away!!!!"

Good luck!  The only other thing I can think of to try is Biz.

There's one in every family, and I'm an only child.
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