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Old 06-02-2009   #11
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Alcohol will take off the sharpi. I have some Bacardi 151 that I use for this purpose but rubbing alcohol or even a good Russian vodka should do the trick.

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Old 06-02-2009   #12
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GPP33 has the answer. Alcohol removes Sharpie. I remove Sharpie off of my sample bags all of the time and this is what we use at my lab.

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Do not use nail polish remover, it has acetone in it and that will eat the plastic.

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