How to Keep the Dry Erase Boards in Your Classroom Looking New

Are the dry erase boards in your classroom looking old and worn? This teacher tip from the Clutter-Free Classroom will remove ink from dry erase boards and restore them to their original condition.

To restore dry erase boards that are hard to erase: spray a clean board with WD-40 and wipe dry with paper towels. The WD-40 fills in the dried pores of the board that hold in marker ink, making it easier to erase.

Are the dry erase boards in your classroom looking old and worn? This teacher tip from the Clutter-Free Classroom will remove ink from dry erase boards and restore them to their original condition.



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