Marker on Deer Antler

Submitted by Scott on 3/18/05 at 12:31 AM. ( )

I am in desperate need of help in removing a small but damaging Permanent(I think) blue marker off the back of a shed antler.

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try laquer (sp?) thinner rubbed litely with 0000steel wool

This response submitted by ! on 3/18/05 at 12:49 AM. ( )

or a rag

Try 40 Volume Peroxide and Bleach White

This response submitted by Mike on 3/18/05 at 3:26 PM. ( )

I had this problem myself once, the customer put his initials on the rack for I.D. I use them to recondition old antlers. Van Dykes carries both these products. Mix together and form a paste. Apply with a brush to the area, and let set a couple of hours. It may take a couple of applications, but it will eventually bleach out the spot. Then just blend with a little stain. Good luck

Acetone or Laquer thinner

This response submitted by Jer on 3/18/05 at 10:31 PM. ( )

If its your basic permanent marker,like a sharpie, laquer thinner or acetone on a rag will take it off real easy in seconds.

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