Thanks bud, but it's just chalk. I supervised and participated in the tagging. My daughter was doing sidewalk drawings and The bike looked so...gloomy. Those magic eraser things are freaking magic though.
We 'work' on the bike too which consists of her whaling the hell out of the trunk with a toy hammer while I change my oil. The neighbors are a little afraid I think, which is good.
your so lucky , i wasnt, my twins found my silver paint pen i use for cutting steel ... i had a nasty mess and bike was about 3 months old ..i was thinking some very bad words just when wife handed me those magic erasers i was blown away how well it does ...
Introduce them to the bike early LJ!!!!
my one grandson took a screwdriver to my new bikes front fender a few years back. I took a picture of it for revenge when he's about 17. (then I used WD-40) great stuff.
That's great!! The KLR is such a family oriented bike! I can't imagine doing the same thing on an other type of bike. It's OK Little Susy, but you can only draw on the KLR....:animal0006:
If you happen to have one of those smooth, ceramic-top stoves, you won't find anything better to clean them with than a Magic Eraser. My old bottle of stove-specific Soft Scrub-type liquid abrasive stuff got tossed a long time ago.
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