Crayola Colored Bubbles recently headlined the Yahoo! front page because of the colored bubbles' unwashable properties when it pops near or on common surfaces i.e. clothes, walls, tables and the like. It's not unwashable per se, it's just really really hard to remove.
Seeing that other people could have difficulty searching for how to remove Crayola Colored Bubbles stains online, I gave myself the trouble of researching Crayola's stain removal tips with regards to their Colored Bubbles product.
Without further ado, here are some of the tips I found at the Crayola website itself:
Do you have washability tips for Crayola Washable Colored Bubbles?
An extra-fun day may result in a few temporary stubborn marks. For washability assistance, click on "Outdoor Products" at Stain Removal. If additional tips are needed, phone us at (800) 272-9652 weekdays between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM Eastern Time.
How can I remove Crayola washable product stains from skin?
Although CRAYOLA washable products are water-based and designed to wash from skin and nearly all children's clothing, the dyes and pigments included in Crayola washable products react differently to various skin types, depending on a person's body chemistry. Normally, Crayola washable products can be removed from the skin by washing with soap and water. If you are unsuccessful with soap and water, try using baby wipes, baby oil or make-up remover. Since Crayola washable products are water-based, you may find that keeping the area moist with water will help to lift the stain.
If you need further assistance, please call (800) 272-9652 weekdays between 9 AM and 4 PM Eastern Time and a representative will be happy to assist you.
If you find the above information insufficient, Crayola has compiled a list of stain removal tips into one handy .pdf file free for everyone to view online. Just click on the link below to view Crayola's stain removal tips:
I hope that I helped with this simple how-to guide. If you don't want to remove Crayola Colored Bubbles stains soon, there's a better alternative called Zubbles. Thing is, it's more expensive and is only sold online. At least you won't need to scrub to death the way you would with Crayola Colored Bubbles stains.
'Till my next installment.
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How to Remove Crayola Colored Bubbles Stains
TJ Panganiban is currently the only TJS Daily team member—since 2008. A tech bro, he's currently slaving away his life at a top local telco during the day and does whatever by night.