However, all is not lost and this doesn’t mean you have to start repainting the wall. In fact, with the right know-how it can actually be a fairly simple cleaning job.
Need to remove crayon?
The first thing to try to remove crayon is fairly simple to do. Note that with all types of wall cleaning, paints with a higher sheen finish will be easier to wipe down and not leave potential signs, in comparison to more matt finishes.
If this doesn’t work then try the following:
Removing marker pen?
If the pen is washable then a wet paper towel should remove the mark easily. If not follow these steps:
For a solid, flat and elegant finish that is easy to touch up when required, matte paint is ideal for creating a gentle, soothing finish. It helps to conceal flaws too, making it a good choice for older walls with "character".
Has slightly more lustre than a matte finish, low-sheen rather than shiny. This attractive finish resists stains better than matte paint, and is easier to maintain
Creates an attractive and highly durable high sheen finish, an ideal choice if you want to make a room look bigger. While it is the easiest to clean (just wipe with a damp cloth) Silk paint’s light reflecting properties do make it more difficult to touch up because any difference in sheen will be apparent. It will make imperfections in your walls more noticeable, so it is worth investing a bit of extra time on surface preparation to make your walls as smooth as possible.
Even our gloss paint is zero-VOC! An easy-to-apply, non-drip antibacterial gloss paint that provides a hardwearing, wipe-clean finish for interior and exterior wood and metal. (Please note, the gloss does not share the formaldehyde-absorbing properties of the emulsion paint, but there's still no safer gloss paint on the market!)