How to restore dry erase boards that are hard to erase: spray a clean board with wipe dry with paper towels. The fills in the dried pores of the board that hold in marker ink, making it easier to erase. Also removes permanent marker from dry erase boards!
Clean Your Gross Plastic Containers! --Fill almost to the top with water and a squirt of dish soap. Add cup of bleach. Microwave the container for 40 seconds, or until the solution is boiling. Allow to rest until the water is luke-warm.
From dried out marker to fresh new watercolor paint! Soak old markers in a cup of water overnight. The longer they sit the better. Then, presto: vibrant water color paint! You can experiment mixing various colors of markers.
IdeaPaint Clear - Turn any surface into a dry erase board without needing it to be white! This is brilliant! I hate the feel of chalk so the chalkboard paint idea is so awesome but not doable for me! We have this stuff at Lowe's! It's awesome!
A paper towel holder with page protectors attached by binder rings. How about an easy access dictionary for a writing center? What about a place to display student work? Oooo or a place to display artwork!
whiteboard cleaning: 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.
How to Restore a Whiteboard. Don't throw old whiteboards away. This article describes how to restore dry erase whiteboards that have become hard to erase and/or require constant cleaning. While it's very difficult to get the board back to.