Ninja Gaiden? HELL YES, I LOVE NINJA GAIDEN. It's even in a dust cover! Somebody took care of this one; we probably won't have to clean this one at all! Let's take off the cover and take a better look at it.
AW HELL NAW! Why did he have to write his name on it? Why in permanent marker? WHHHHYYYY??? Whew, calm down, just a little sharpie--since this label is laminated, we can take care of this easily. All we need is a Q-tip or two and, you guessed it, Windex. If the label is unlaminated paper, then you're screwed, sorry. :(
Things You Will Need1. Windex
2. Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser (Around $4 at Wal-Mart)
Dab the q-tip in
windex, and start rubbing it over the marker in short, controlled
strokes. Be patient, this is going to take a little while. Rub firmly, but gently.
Step 2k, that was easy enough. No more marker on the label. Now let's pop it in and see if it works.
Step 3Wet the eraser and rub it firmly over the marker. The marker should start to come off after a minute or two of working on it. Make sure not to get the eraser on the label, or it will become discolored and start to peel. This picture was taken about two minutes into cleaning.
After you've rubbed off the marker, wipe down the cartridge with windex or water and dry it.
Tips & WarningsThe method used on the label is for laminated or plastic labels only--do not attempt to remove marker from regular paper labels.
Be very careful not to get the Magic Eraser on the label, it may cause discoloration and/or peeling.
Make sure the cartridge is completely dry before using.