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Mother reveals how a $1.25 spray from Aldi removed MARKER from her favourite Kmart chair

‘Haven’t found a stain it doesn’t remove’: Mother reveals how a $1.25 spray from Aldi removed marker from her favourite Kmart chair in just 10 MINUTES

  • Nicola Joanne took to Facebook to reveal work done by Aldi’s stain remover
  • Pictures showed the velvet Kmart chair covered in various colours of markers 
  • The Australian said that it took ten minutes for the marker lines to come off 

A mother has revealed how she got marker off her beloved Kmart blush velvet chair by using a popular stain remover spray from Aldi.

Nicola Joanne, from Western Australia, took to a cleaning group on Facebook to reveal the incredible work done by Aldi’s $1.25 product – in just ten minutes.

‘This is why I constantly recommend Aldi’s stain remover spray. Haven’t found a stain it doesn’t remove yet,’ she explained.

She also shared several photos of the chair covered in pen and once it had been cleaned by the spray. 

Pictures showed the chair covered in various colours of markers

Nicola Joanne took to a Facebook cleaning group to reveal the incredible work done by Aldi’s stain remover spray. Pictured (left) before and (right) after

'I spayed the chair with the Di-San and with a slightly wet sponge wiped the chair. The coloured texta came off fairly easy, the black needed a little more persuasion,' she told FEMAIL

‘I spayed the chair with the Di-San and with a slightly wet sponge wiped the chair. The coloured texta came off fairly easy, the black needed a little more persuasion,’ she told FEMAIL

Speaking about how the stain came about, Nicola said her two-year-old child sneaked into her ‘seven-year-old’s room and into her art supplies while I was cooking dinner’.

‘She used the beloved Kmart blush velvet chair as her canvas,’ she said.

The chair was then covered with various different colours of pen.

The Australian woman (pictured) said that it took ten minutes in total for the marker lines to come off

The Australian woman (pictured) said that it took ten minutes in total for the marker lines to come off

The Australian woman told FEMAIL that it took her just ten minutes in total for the marker lines to come off.

‘I spayed the chair with the Di-San and with a slightly wet sponge wiped the chair. The coloured pen came off fairly easy, the black needed a little more persuasion,’ she said.

‘Once the texta was off I went over the chair with a clean damp microfiber cloth to clean off the product, then I used a clean towel to help dry the chair a little. 

‘Then left it overnight to dry completely.’

Other members of the group were in awe of the amazing job that the spray did with the chair practically coming up as new

Other members of the group were in awe of the amazing job that the spray did with the chair practically coming up as new

The spray is sold for $3 at Aldi, but it currently retails for just $1.25.

Other members of the group were in awe of the amazing job that the spray did with the chair practically coming up as new.  

‘I had a liquid highlighter (makeup) bottle spill on my white carpet and this stuff got it straight off,’ one person said. 

Another added: ‘I have to try this on this stain – kids gloopy slime from a birthday present years ago, nothing has budged it.’ 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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