Parenthood is full of firsts, full of things you’ve never done before, sentences you’ve never thought you’d say*, and questions you never thought you would need an answer to.
*Today’s example: “Cameron, please do not lick the towel”.
We did some heavy household cleaning this weekend. Well…I say “we” loosely. I was mainly in charge of distracting children and moving heavy things. Anyway, one of my tasks was to clean the windows, which led me to ask the following question:
“How do you get crayon off of a window screen?”
I had never thought this before. Hell, in all my crayoning days, I never even considered a mesh window (or door) screen as a canvas for my artwork.
Thankfully, the friendly algorithms at Google were there for me in my time of need.
A healthy spritzing of WD-40, followed by a paper towel does a surprisingly good job of removing crayon from a screen.
Now, I need to find out how to remove WD-40 from the hosta below the window.