If you have a little one who loves to play Picasso all over your walls in crayon, the fix may be as close as your fridge. Grab the mayonnaise, we’re going to work.
The oils in the mayo do wonders to break down the wax in crayon. Just dab a little over the crayon marks, wait a few minutes, and then come back with a damp cloth. It may take a little pressure, but the mayo and the crayon should both come off in one fell swoop. That’s all there is to it.
If you still have trouble with that stuck-on crayon, we’ve shown you how to remove it with WD40 and white vinegar, so take your pick for what works best for you. Have any other creative crayon removal tips? Share them in the comments below.
10 Uses for Mayonnaise: Remove Crayon from Walls [This Old House