Yesterday K decided that she would have a good time coloring with blue crayon on the walls. No big deal, right? Wrong. See, we're staying in a place that we're renting, and the walls are painted in white, flat paint. This is the exact reason I don't paint with white or flat paint, so I don't have to stress about how to get crayon, marker, pen, etc off of the walls. I did a little research online and found that someone suggested using a baking soda paste and a toothbrush. So, off I went to find baking soda. After a little bit of water, some baking soda and some elbow grease, the white flat walls no longer have blue crayon all over them.
Hence, I have a new best friend. Baking Soda. Who knew it could be used for so many useful things. I, personally, was really impressed. I think I will be trying that cheap, fast remedy a little more often.