Those who have at some point used highlighters or fluorescent markers to mark the most important things in their books and notes know what it’s like to make a mistake. No matter how much you want, neither tipex nor erasers are useful for this product.
However, a latest trick that has become popular on social networks shows how you can erase this product with something that almost everyone has on hand at home. Simply use lemon juice and apply it to the part you want to remove.
To do it more precisely, you can soak a cotton swab in lemon juice and apply it to the area you want to remove. It can also be done by sticking the cotton swab directly into half a lemon and passing it over the marked areas, as shown by the tweeter Vanesa Regalado.
This not only happens with highlighters, but also with ballpoint ink. As they say in the Web from the Dical paper mill, “the acid concentration causes the ink to dissolve and disappear.”
However, in this case it has only been proven to be useful with yellow fluorescent highlighter ink and Regalado points out that it does not do so with, for example, fluorescent green markers.