Ink can be used in our daily routines in writing and if not writing just by picking the bottle or pen. It get stained to our hands. It is difficult to get off from the skin of hands, especially if the ink is permanent instead of water-based. Many things around us can do the magic of removal, whether you’ve stained your hands with permanent marker, ink from a stamp, a regular ballpoint pen or even printer ink.
THINGS TO BE REQUIRED
- Warm water
- Wash cloth
- Hand soap
- Rubbing alcohol
- Cotton ball
- Pumice stone
- First to lather up your hands with some gentle soap and warm water, If the ink begins to remove, the ink is water-based, and some heavy lathering and scrubbing can do the trick. If the ink remains on the hands with little change, it is permanent, and you will need to continue cleaning.
- Apply alcohol and rub to the ink-stained area of the hand.
- Apply the pressure while rubbing the skin with cotton ball and the circular motions of swab are helpful for cleansing.
- Scrub the affected area with pumice soap, exfoliating the top layer of skin.
- Rinse with water the alcohol and/or soap from your hands.
- Hairspray, either aerosol or pump, will dissolve ink may be used and it will give much comfortable to remove the stains
- Baby oil is used to remove printer ink. The oily texture removes the ink and also leaves your skin baby soft.
- Avoid excessive rubbing with pumice stone, it will leave the redness and soreness to the skin.