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Clean Whiteboard With WD-40

For teachers, cleaning a whiteboard of all its remnants can be near impossible, but if you used WD-40, it will look new again!

By AlaskanAurora from Dutch Harbor, AK

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April 19, 20140 found this helpful

Just a note to remind in case newer teachers forget....remember the contents of WD-40 are not good inhalants. So best to use AFTER school rather than before! Let all the fun smells dissipate before students come back in the room. Even better, do it on a Friday afternoon since I have found the odor can REALLY linger in certain situations and when the humidity is right! Lol

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February 4, 20150 found this helpful

I have tried using the WD-40 and it worked the best I have tried others like 409 and even the dry erase board cleaner and this worked the best for me.

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November 21, 20160 found this helpful

Tried WD-40, but the following worked much better: Dawn and blue scour pad (ScotchBrite non-scratch).

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