Small toddlers can cause a lot of damage in a short time. This artistic child decided to forgo the normal chalk drawings and upgraded to a permanent marker. Normally the complete wall would need to be redone and the marker would be hard to cover. However by using Resene StainLock the marker was able to be locked in, preventing it from bleeding through to the topcoats.
|The unwanted artwork created using permanent marker.||The permanent marker staining is locked in with two coats of Resene StainLock.|
|The affected area is coated in Resene Quick Dry and Resene Mindaro.||The wall is completed with Resene Blackboard Paint and testpots.|
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