Removing Sharpie Marks From ProV1's?

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By Matthew C

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  1. Anyone have any tips on how to remove old Sharpie marks from golf balls? I hate to use a chemical on the ball that might ruin it. I have some ProV1's I need to clean up. Thanks

  2. I would try an overnight soak in hot water and soap, then scrub with sponge.
  3. Joshua B

    Joshua B
    Connecticut

    Simply put, two words: Magic Eraser
  4. Nail polish remover always does the charm (anything alcohol based)
  5. Carburetor cleaner works best, won't hurt the ball but won't remove all of it, just get yourself some new balls now is the time!
  6. Jim K

    Jim K
    Bel Air, MD

    Try some liquid pumice soap.
  7. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Might try fingernail polish remover on a cotton ball. Don't soak the golf ball. Put it on the cotton ball lightly and then gently rub the area you want removed.
  8. Rick R

    Rick R
    Graham, WA

    Some won't come out regardless. I use Goo Gone to start. I that doesn't work, I spray a little rubbing alcohol on the area. If that doesn't get it, probably stuck with a sharpie stain for life.
  9. Chris B

    Chris B
    Monroe, LA

    I use my shotgun cleaning solvent when cleaning shotguns. Drop them in for a few seconds, rinse, dry...brand new!

  10. Mr Clean Magic Eraser!!!! Works great and cheap
  11. Joshua B

    Joshua B
    Connecticut

    Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is the best for marker on balls cleaning golf shoes cleaning your golf bag and anything else I highly recommend it.
  12. Gaaary

    Gaaary
    Blyth, Northumberland

    T-cut works great.
    Gary
  13. Dr. Kovatchian

    Dr. Kovatchian
    Carlsbad

    Try using the grooves of a new SM6 Wedge...
    Simply apply a several sweet swings on those Sharpie marks and they will vanish in no time.

    Cheers,
    Dr. K

  14. Fred Closs

    Fred Closs
    Mansfield, TX

    Dr. Kovatchian said:

    Try using the grooves of a new SM6 Wedge...
    Simply apply a several sweet swings on those Sharpie marks and they will vanish in no time.

    Cheers,
    Dr. K

    That one made me laugh! That being said, Magic Eraser is probably the best option...solvents and soaking in water can cause serious damage to the ball. You won't beleive this, but water does permeate the cover of a ball and cause it to delaminate after just 24 hours.
  15. Kelly H

    Kelly H
    Hughson, CA

    yes!
  16. Dave N

    Dave N
    Lady Lake, FL

    As mentioned before, Magic Eraser .
  17. Love the answer from Dr K.
    I use a red stripe on my Pro V's and after a few swats with any club, they fade quickly.
  18. Gabriel G

    Gabriel G
    Cedar Park, TX

    I have to admit I have tried myself and not very successful. Those sharpies are really sticking! The different agents I have used only faded the mark.
  19. Joe M

    Joe M
    Fire Lieutenant (Ret)

    Never thought of magic eraser but I'll be trying it out today
  20. Not much luck so far. Tried a few things & got the Sharpie marks to fade some, but still noticeable. My next move will be the Magic Eraser. Thanks all.
  21. Chris P

    Chris P
    Katy, TX

    I know a few Tour caddies that swear by hand sanitizer. I've tried it and it works well
  22. David T

    David T
    Grosse Pointe Farms, MI

    I've used graffiti remover with some success as well Q-tips dipped in acetone. You have to do a little rubbing with the Q-tip though.
  23. Kelly H

    Kelly H
    Hughson, CA

    But them in the shag bag and get some new ones....
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