How do I Remove White Out Off of Skin?

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Wite-Out isn't difficult to get off your hands if you use a pumice stone.
Wite-Out isn't difficult to get off your hands if you use a pumice stone. (Image: whiteout dispenser image by Brett Mulcahy from Fotolia.com)

Wite-Out, a popular liquid paper brand manufactured by Bic, isn't toxic to the skin. However, Wite-Out is stubborn and difficult to get off the skin, if you should happen to spill it on yourself. With a little extra scrubbing and a couple of household items, you can remove the product from your skin in a matter of minutes.

Things You'll Need

  • Pumice stone
  • Warm water
  • Mild soap
  • Towel

Run warm water over the Wite-Out-affected area of skin.

Dab some mild hand soap onto your pumice stone as well as on your hand.

Scrub the affected area gently with the pumice stone--taking care not to irritate the skin--until the Wite-Out is gone.

Dry the skin with a towel.

Tips & Warnings

  • Baby oil and nail-polish remover are two other ways people remove Wite-Out from their skin.
  • If you accidentally ingest or inhale Wite-Out, consult a physician immediately.
  • Scrubbing too vigorously with a pumice stone can lead to skin irritation.

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