If there was more room, I could make it look like 'Framah'.
Agreed. Not doing anything until our lady sees it. She's so laid back, she might not even care.No one might even notice.....
If anything, I’d try to scrape it lightly. Maybe take some magic eraser to it.
I doubt any fluid would make it come out and I would be hesitant to use it.
After that post, I remembered what once happened to the backs of some mat samples. At the top backs of them, I write A, B or C for which company it is. Changed Sharpie size to small, after the fat one bled yellow through to the fronts of some. It took a long time, but happened. Your note is a good caution, and thank you for writing.Painting over a marker ink will not work in the long term. Ink will work its evil way back into view over the years. Unless you use shellac first.
I don't know if I'm the "anonymous Grumbler" but I'm glad it worked.I did it with Unstick. Tested a sample first, then the real thing. If it had been a single color, with a lot of shine, the fix would have shown up, but on this, it was great. When she picked up today, I had to tell her it had even happened. Thanks to an anonymous Grumbler for the suggestion.