FAQ - Cleaning your DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats

DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats are originally meant to be table mats and that means that you can use them as a place mat during mealtimes! DrawnBy: Jessica recommends that you clean them often so that they will be free from residue or leftover food particles, especially if you're going to put food on it! Warm water with a some soap is good to keep it clean and hygienic.

For DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats which you are used solely for colouring, a wet cloth or some wet wipes are usually good enough for cleaning. You can always pack up your DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats to bring home for a thorough cleaning!

Please try your best not to leave ink on the mats for long periods of time as the colours may start to stick to the DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats. Heavier colours like Red and Purple may be more stubborn, so a good and deep clean will help to get the remnants all washed out! :) 

For stubborn stains, a bit of Isopropyl or Rubbing Alcohol (available at your local pharmacy) will be able to give your DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats a deeper clean. DrawnBy: Jessica verifies that Isopropyl or Rubbing Alcohol will not compromise the integrity of your DrawnBy: Jessica Reusable Silicone Mats but for the safety of your kids, please do rinse them after using it to wash off of any lingering alcohol!

It's easy to clean!
Even Kids can clean up by themselves!

DrawnBy: Jessica Markers should be kept away from fabrics and other porous materials as ink will seep in. 

DrawnBy: Jessica Markers will stain clothes and soap and water will not be sufficient to get rid of stains. But you may use Isopropyl / Rubbing alcohol will help to dissolve the ink out of the fabric. 

DrawnBy: Jessica suggests to use a couple of paper towels underneath the stain while dripping the alcohol on the stain, The paper towel will catch the ink that dissolves with the rubbing alcohol and with luck, you may have removed the stain from the markers. This is not a foolproof solution but it may help for stubborn stains if applied quickly.

You may also want to soak the spot in rubbing alcohol but do be careful of damage depending on the material or fabric of your garments.