PARENTS dread nothing more than the moment they catch their kids drawing on walls.
It can take hours to try and scrub off and you may even result to painting over the whole thing.
But luckily, Mrs Hinch fans have revealed the one tip that can remove permanent marker stains easily.
And the best part?
You already have it in your fridge.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a fan favourite, with close to 4.5million followers on Instagram.
The star rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks and now her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media.
In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks on Facebook, a member sought advice: “My little boy has drawn all over my mum’s wall with permanent marker.
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“Is there anything that can get this out?”
The group member then shared a video of the permanent marker which was in various locations over a large white wall.
The Express reports that it’s best to let the pen ink dry before attempting to remove it.
Taking to the comments, many cleaning enthusiasts shared their tips for removing stains, and many suggested using mayonnaise.
One wrote: “I’ve been in your situation before and tried the mayonnaise trick. Bought the cheapest one I could find, 44p from Asda, and it was game-changing. Wouldn’t recommend using it all the time but it definitely works well.”
“Mayonnaise will do the trick,” added another user.
“Try mayonnaise,” suggested a third.
Mrs Hinch fans recommended placing a scoop of mayonnaise onto the stain and rubbing it slightly before leaving for five minutes.
Removing it gently with kitchen roll.
Other tips to remove permanent marker stains include using alcoholic hand gel or hair spray.
One claimed: “Use hand sanitiser. Don’t rub it in, just dab.”
“Try hand sanitiser or hair spray, works well,” added another.
The best way to use hand sanitiser or hair spray is to let it sit for 30 seconds and wipe it away with a soft cloth.