How do I remove a clay stain from a laminated surface?

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Recently, I let a molded clay project dry on my desk at work. It was Crayola kids clay... in purple. It is smooth to the touch so I can't use a razor blade and I am afraid a strong cleanser will damage the tabletop.

Please help!
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 14, 2017
    Try making a paste with white vinegar and baking soda.Test a small spot first.

  • William William on Jun 14, 2017
    Its the dye from the clay and not the clay itself. Use either Goof Off or WD40. You can also try nail polish remover.

  • Janice Koontz Janice Koontz on Jun 15, 2017
    If it is wood, use a lot of furniture polish and elbow grease. If is like a fake stone, use a stone polish from a tile place. Ask the sales clerk. If it is like a laminate use a very small drop of bleach, very small. Keep rubbing it with no matter what you use. It will not be easy.

  • Joy Brady Joy Brady on Jun 15, 2017
    I would try toothpaste unless its a wood desk.

  • Melissa Melissa on Jun 15, 2017
    Thanks all. I will start with what I can find around the office before I bring in products. I'll let you know what ends up working. :-)