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How to Restore a Dry-Erase Board

by Kathy Adams
If you use the dry-erase board frequently or sometimes leave ink on it for days or weeks on end, it may show signs of use and abuse: ink that doesn't wipe off easily, smeared color left behind from markers, or a writing surface that simply doesn't look clean, no matter how many times you clean it. R...
Sue Han
• 3 years ago

You can use Air Freshener to clean a dry erase board that just won't erase (because the ink is very dried on) . Spray the board and wipe, it also helps "recondition" old dry erase boards.

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