Cleaning Stubborn Dry Erase Boards
Use toothpaste (the regular kind) and put some on a rag and scrub over the board where the ink is not coming off, then rinse, wipe with a clean cloth and dry.
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This is awesome! It works wonderfully. My dry erase board looks just like new!
By guest (Guest Post) Flag January 31, 2006 0 found this helpful
That works great! Any kind!
By guest (Guest Post) Flag January 2, 2009 0 found this helpful
By guest (Guest Post) Flag February 22, 2009 0 found this helpful
OMG. Half of my board has been bad for over a year. Couldn't believe how easy it came clean.
September 18, 2015 0 found this helpful
Thank you! My son used an ink stamp on all of my boards. I tried a half-dozen things that didn't work - but toothpaste took it right off! It also took off the old discolored residue from years of use. My white boards look new again.
June 23, 2016 0 found this helpful
Toothpaste worked like a charm! My children's Crayola dry erase board was smeared with dry erase marker that had been sitting for months. Now it looks brand new, seriously :) Thank you!
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