Cleaning Crayon Off Vinyl Flooring


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I have a love/hate relationship with crayons. On one hand they spark creative genius but on the other hand, they are destruction just waiting to happen.

My darling daughter became Picasso last night and drew all over our kitchen floor.

I have a great way to clean up those stubborn crayon marks.

  • 1. A lovely self portrait of my youngest daughter. In blue crayon.
  • 2. Mix equal parts hot water, Dawn dish liquid and vinegar
  • 3. Use a scrub brush and voila! Clean floors.

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  • Kristin Topping
    Kristin Topping Aliso Viejo, CA
    Thanks for great ideas for vinyl floor cleaning.By using your tips one can clean their vinyl floor very easily.The way you presented this project is really inspiring.I am also in this trade ,provides fabulous cleaning methods for any type of
  • RUTH
    RUTH Leander, TX
    WD-40 will also make the floor very slippery, then you have to clean THAT off. The Dawn/Vinegar/water mix WORKS on LOTS of things.
  • Gail lichtsinn
    Gail lichtsinn Cincinnati, OH
    WD-40 will take it right off too
  • Lynn
    Lynn Sugar Land, TX
    My daughter only allows WASHABLE colors in the house. Seems simple enough. I have no knowledge of how they compare in price. As you can tell, I'm "older." ha
  • Shelley S
    Shelley S Toledo, OH
    WD40 will take crayon off of anything. Including the fabric roof of your car. Ha ha. It doesn't stain the fabric either.
    • Susan
      Susan East Syracuse, NY
      Shelley S Yup! WD40 takes scuff marks off vinyl floors easily too!
  • Cathy Cottrell
    Cathy Cottrell Antwerp, OH
    I would have used Mr. Clean eraser--no mixing--gets stains out of carpets, also
  • Norma W
    Norma W Warner Robins, GA
    WD40 usually will take off anything.

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