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Wacky Uses for
Crayola® Chalk

  • Prevent an ant invasion. Draw a line of Crayola Chalk around windows and doors outside your Wacky Uses, and around water pipes inside your Wacky Uses. Ants will not cross a chalk line.
  • Clean ring-around-the-collar. Mark the stain heavily with white Crayola Chalk. The chalk will absorb the sebum oil that holds in the dirt.
  • Prevent silverware from tarnishing. Place a piece of Crayola Chalk in your silver chest to absorb moisture.
  • Cover spots on white suede. Rub with Crayola chalk.
  • Prevent tools from rusting. Place a few pieces of Crayola Chalk in your toolbox to absorb moisture.
  • Prevent dampness in a closet. Tie together a handful of Crayola Chalk and hang the bundle from the clothes rod to absorb moisture.
  • Prevent a screwdriver from slipping. Rub Crayola Chalk on the tip.
  • Polish marble and metal. Pulverize a few sticks of Crayola Chalk with a mortar and pestle until it is a fine powder. Dip a soft cloth in the powder, wipe the marble or metal, then rinse with clear water, and dry thoroughly.
  • Fill a hole in a plaster wall. Insert a piece of Crayola Chalk into the hole, cut it off even with the wall, then plaster.
  • Repel slugs. Slugs will not cross a chalk line.
  • Remove grease. Rub Crayola Chalk on a grease spot on clothing or table linens, let it absorb the oil, then brush off. Launder as usual.
  • Draw on sidewalks. Create games, maps, and adventures.
  • Prevent costume jewelry from tarnishing. Place a piece of Crayola Chalk in your jewelry box.

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