My daughter has a dry erase board on her easel and a neighborhood kid put scratches on it. I don't want to buy a new one; is there a way to fill the scratches on the dry erase board?
Kelly from Oceanport, NJ
Here's a site that tells you how the scratches get to be such a pain. Water gets in there and causes the scratch to pop.
These guys have a dry erase paint. I don't know the price, but it can be used even on walls. Hmm. that's interesting.
They also sell dry erase skins to lay over a board, but thrifty they are not.
By the Oracle
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