Kids can be real typhoons when they play. Just turn around for a moment and the goals will be tarnished with something, they will mess up the unthinkable, they will break things and what not!
If your children love to paint with a marker not only on paper but also on their faces, you probably know how difficult it is to clean them. Sometimes it is even impossible for children to walk this way for days.
Here are a few ways to clear the dreaded paint from the faces of small bandits.
Soak a cotton swab with baby oil or baby lotion and rub in the skin at the affected area. Use a toothpick to clean under the nails as well. Wrap cotton soaked with the aforementioned agents on it. You can also use an ear stick.
Rub a small amount of petroleum jelly on the stain, then wash with warm water and soap. The spots come out much easier.
Another method is to use a shaving cream. Just give your baby shaving cream – let him play as if he is shaving in front of the mirror. Once it is nicely greased and tinted, rinse. The spots will fall by themselves.
The hairspray also successfully removes the marker and the markers from the skin. Spray a little hairspray on your hands while protecting your eyes and rubbing lightly into the baby’s skin. After the stains disappear, wash immediately with warm water and soap.