How to Remove Liquid Chalk

Written by kallie johnson | 13/05/2017
How to Remove Liquid Chalk
Liquid chalk can be used to write on a blackboards and glass. (child's mini chalkboard - apple image by samantha grandy from

Liquid chalk is a product which combines chalk powder with a liquid, to make for a dust-free, non-messy application process. However, once the chalk dries, it returns to it's powdered-from and can easily be removed in the same way as traditional chalk. Liquid chalk is available in chalk markers, to use on blackboards, black boards, windows and glass, and in a lotion-like product, to be used on the hands and equipment of weightlifters and body builders.

Use a room temperature, water-dampened cloth to wipe away liquid chalk. If chalk is remaining, proceed to Step 2.

Fill a sink or bowl with warm water and a squirt of a mild liquid soap, such as dish or hand soap. Dip a soft cloth in the mixture. Wipe down the liquid chalk for removal. If chalk residue still remains, proceed to Step 3.

Dampen a soft cloth with a non-acetone nail polish remover. Wipe away any hard-to-remove liquid chalk.

Things you need

  • Soft cloth
  • Liquid soap
  • Non-acetone nail polish remover

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