Use melamine foam for a quick option. Melamine foam, commonly known as a “Magic Eraser,” can quickly and easily remove permanent marker from various surfaces. Wet foam to wipe the tiles, then use it to scrub the stained area. Keep scrubbing wood tile until all the marker is removed.
Try hairspray if that’s what you have on hand. Surprisingly, hairspray can be an effective cleaning agent. Simply spray the stained tile with hairspray and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. Then, Wipe off stained rustic tiles with a damp cloth.
Use nail polish remover if all else fails. Be sure to test this product on an inconspicuous area first, as it can damage your wall tile design. If you don’t see any negative results, apply a little nail polish remover to the marker stain. Wipe the stained marble tiles away using a damp rag.
Use a sponge to wipe off the toothpaste. After the toothpaste has set, begin wiping floor tile off with a sponge. If your tile is textured, then you may want to use a toothbrush or a scrubbing brush to remove traces of the stain from smaller crevices in the bathroom tile. Once the stain is removed, clean the affected area with soap and water to remove any residue.
Give the tiles plenty of time dry, ideally overnight. Once your tiling is finished and sealed, leave it for a further 24 hours to ensure that the mastic, grout, and caulk, are all given plenty of time to dry before you interact with them. This will ensure that your tiling sets and that it will last for years to come.