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I just tried acetone based nail polish remover a few mins ago & it faded the permanent marker just slightly. (Maybe better if 100% acetone?) Also tried WD40, baby oil, goof off (before I read earlier post, no damage noted but I also didn't allow it to sit long on the disc), hydrogen peroxide, 100% ethyl alcohol, & graffiti remover....ugh, all to no avail. Sounds like Kaboom might be next... Hope this info helps. Pls keep posted on what ended up working best for u.
The "extra strength" nail polish remover usually is 100% acetone; check the label to be sure. And once the Sharpie ink seeps into the plastic, nothing that won't destroy the disc itself will get it out.

If you have a disc you're trying out, use a silver Sharpie to mark it. The silver will come off much more readily than the black, blue, etc. colors will...
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