Tuesday, April 17, 2007

This is what I saw

Busted.




Hide your Sharpies folks...

13 comments:

Jeff said...

LOL. We just discovered a "really fast, really funny rollercoaster" as described by our 2 year old - drawn with a permanent blue marker on his big sister's bedroom wall. She admits it's partly her fault, since she left her marker where he could get it...Break out the KILZ! How are you going to get the sharpie off the computer?

Piotr said...

thank god it wasn't the screen. im sure it will rub off, human sweat is incredibly strong...just watch some horror films, or finish projects at the last minute...thats a real nail biter!

John S. said...

Crap!!
Funny drawing!
Try rubbing alcohol, if that doesn't work, just put a cool "Element" sticker over it.

chickennuggets said...

hah, give michelle a green marker and she'll draw a bunny on the other side.

Jeff said...

This doesn't really help Willis but it may help others. Found at Sharpie.com

If all else fails you mayconsider throwing away your computer and buying a new one.

The successful stain removal of ink stains differs from case to case because of the many types of fabrics, colors, inks and time elapsed before stain removal. We cannot guarantee stain removal since many variables can be involved. Testing first is always recommended as well as following both the stain remover and clothing manufacturer's instructions. Following these steps should result in partial or complete removal.

General Rules:

1) Treat stains as soon as possible. Fresh stains can be removed more easily than old ones.

2) Check manufacturer's labels as to fabric content and any special instructions

3) Always test stain removal solution first on a hidden part of the article or on swatch of fabric taken from seam allowance to insure no color loss or damage will occur.

4) Where possible, lay stained article face down on paper towels or clean white cloth and apply stain removal solution to underside of stain so that stain can be removed from the surface instead of pushing it through the fabric. Replace towels or cloth as they absorb stain to prevent stain transfer.

5) If enlisting the aid of a professional laundry or dry cleaner, be sure to indicate what the stain is and the type of fabric.

6) Do not iron stained garments or put in dryer as this may set stain.

* Also try AMODEX STAIN REMOVER for permanent ink: Amodex Products, P.O. Box 3332, Bridgeport, CT 06605, Phone:(203) 335-1255 or go to http://www.amodexink.com

pbcbstudios said...

I'd lock that lil' monster in the basement in a crate and not let him out. give him only bread and water. that's unacceptable behaviour in my book. you lack discipline!

i'm gonna be a wonderful dad one day -

mark kennedy said...

Dude, don't be mad at the kid, that was actually me that did that.

My bad.

dintoons said...

hahaha...really sweet drawing!
nice blog! :)

Anonymous said...

Ouch! I had this happen too - this is not a product plug but I tried one of those Magic Erasers I impulse bought at the checkout line at home depot. It was a black sharpie stain but it totally came out.

Willis Carrier said...

Thanks Anonymous! The magic eraser did the trick! Thanks everyone else for their shared stories and cleaning tips.

Anonymous said...

Awesome- that rocks. I shared your laptop photo with my wife who said "make sure you tell him what you did to clean yours!" :) Glad I did and that it worked. CAn you post an afterimage?

Saori said...

www.shitmykidsruined.com

Michael said...

Ha! Thanks Saori. After looking at that blog I feel I got off light. Yikes!