Cleaning steps
1 To soften the waxy markings, blow-dry them on medium heat, holding a hair dryer about a foot from the wall. This will take approximately one minute. Once the wax has softened, use a credit card to gently scrape as much of it from the wall as you can. If the wax doesn’t come off easily, heat it further until it becomes more pliable.

2 Wipe the remaining wax off with a soft sponge dipped in cold water. Scrub in a circular motion until the wall is clean. To prevent the soiled water from dripping down and forming streaks, hold a rag against the wall beneath the area you’re working on. Wipe dry immediately with a clean cloth.

3 If any crayon residue remains, mix equal parts baking soda and water to create a paste. Rub the mixture into the stain in a circular motion using a sponge. Wash it off with a clean, wet sponge and dry immediately.

Extra tip: Walls get a lot of wear and tear from kids. To fill little dings and dents, rub a white bar of soap into them. Works for small nail holes, too!

Stylish solution: To stay a step ahead of your little Picasso, consider repainting your walls with a washable paint in a satin finish, which is more durable than a flat one.

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THIS DAY IN BUSINESS: 2011 – Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple, and the visionary behind the Ipod, Iphone, and Ipad, passes away.

THIS DAY IN SPORTS: 2001 – Barry Bonds breaks Mark McGwire’s home run record hitting his 71st of the season.

THOUGHT OF THE DAY: The brave don’t live forever. The cautious don’t live at all.

HAPPY OCTOBER 5 BIRTHDAY TO: Brian Johnson 70, Guy Pearce 50, Patrick Roy 52, Mario Lemieux 52, Kate Winslet 42, Parminder Nagra 42, Jessie Eisenberger 34, Steve Miller 74, Bob Geldof 66, Karen Annen 66, Larry ‘Three Stooges’ Fine (1902-1975), Bernie Mac (1957-2008), and Jeff Conaway (1950-2010).

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