Parents·Posted on Nov 9, 201428 Ways To Fix Stuff Your Kids RuinedThis is why you can have nice things.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Remove crayon from a wall. Flickr: drakelelane / Via Creative Commons If you're living with a little Banksy, you can use toothpaste, shaving cream, and 19 other things to return a wall to normal. 2. Fix broken mini blinds. diy-projectcrazy.blogspot.com Find out how to replace a slat here. This one is good for cat owners, too. 3. Get rid of scratches on a DVD or CD. Flickr: dno1967b / Via Creative Commons The trick, believe it or not, is Vaseline. Learn how here. 4. Remove pee stains from a mattress. whatsupfagans.com Because just about every kid has at least one accident. Learn more here. 5. Put computer keys back on a keyboard. viralnova.com Learn how here. 6. Make your iPhone ring again. Flickr: goodncrazy / Via Creative Commons Has your iPhone stopped ringing after your kid played with it? There's a good chance they put it in "Do Not Disturb" mode. Learn more here. 7. Recover deleted apps. Flickr: b3g / Via Creative Commons Find a how-to for iPhone/iPad users here, and solutions for Android users here. 8. Repair a broken iPhone screen. Flickr: rnddave / Via Creative Commons Learn more here if your kid played frisbee with your phone. 9. Get crayon out of clothes. wikihow.com Find great tips for removing everything from simple marks to the dreaded washed-in crayon. 10. Patch up ripped clothes. designmom.com Mend your kid's clothes and make them more stylish in the process! Find out how here. 11. Clean vomit off of your couch. Flickr: shalf / Via Creative Commons Here's how: Once you've cleaned the area as much as possible, apply a good amount of paste made out of baking soda and water. Allow it to dry overnight, then vacuum it up in the morning! 12. Eliminate carpet stains. kidsactivitiesblog.com All you need are two ingredients. Learn more here. 13. Remove permanent marker from hardwood floors. mylifeandkids.com This is actually super easy using toothpaste. 14. Get out stubborn stains. mylifeinpink-kim.blogspot.com You can make an impressively strong cleaning solution using hydrogen peroxide, Dawn dish soap, and baking soda. Learn more here. 15. Clean a microfiber couch. listotic.com You can flip the cushion once (no judgment!), but after that you're going to need these tips and tricks. 16. Get crumbs out of your stuff. simplylivingsmart.com Whip up a batch of this awesome homemade slime to get rid of those crushed fishies once and for all. 17. Un-dent a ping pong ball. taringa.net It's actually pretty easy -- just hold a lighter under the dent (but not too close) and the gasses will expand, making the ball useable again. 18. Clean up a nail polish spill. blogs.babycenter.com There's more to it than just pouring nail polish remover on the floor. Learn more here. 19. Fix broken glasses. instructables.com Find out how to repair your frame here. 20. Detangle Barbie hair. lilblueboo.com Barbie will thank you for this hair makeover. 21. You can detangle American Girl doll hair, too. allthingswithpurpose.com Find out how to avoid making a trip to the doll hospital here. 22. Clean and repair stuffed animals. Flickr: buckshotfrank / Via Creative Commons Find tips on making a variety of fixes -- including adding missing stuffing -- here. 23. Clean and repair action figures. Flickr: ced / Via Creative Commons Lots of good tips -- including how to re-attach a missing limb -- here. 24. Remove pen marks. Flickr: lynkelwoohoo / Via Creative Commons Simple tip: Rubbing alcohol will remove pretty much all pen marks and stains. 25. Repair damaged books. Flickr: 49730818@N04 / Via Creative Commons Learn how to re-attach a cover plus 14 other fixes. 26. Get stickers off a dresser. catscorner.blog.com The trick is to use mayonnaise. Yep, you heard that right. Mayo. Learn more here. 27. Clean your car's interior. myfrugaladventures.com This one's a lifesaver if you plan on selling the family car. Find the how-to here. 28. Remove chocolate stains. Flickr: shannonmary / Via Creative Commons Learn how to get chocolate out of everything from fabric to stone here.