Restoring a Whiteboard?

Is there any product I can make or buy to renew the finish on a very old dry erase white board?


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September 10, 20170 found this helpful

Steps for restoring your whiteboard:

Step 1
Clean your whiteboard erasers using your vacuum cleaner or a sturdy brush. Remove as much dust as possible from the erasers.

Step 2
Using a clean cloth and dry erase cleaner clean you whiteboard. Remove as much of the marks as possible from the whiteboard.

Step 3
Now clean the whiteboard again using whiteboard cleaner and paper towels. If you can't find whiteboard cleaner don't use another cleaner. Just use a damp cloth to clean the board with.


Step 4
Use WD-40 to spray a light coat over the surface of the board. The WD-40 has light oil that will allow you to write on the board so the ink won't dry or leave permanent marks.

Step 5
Use a clean cloth to spread the WD-40 over the surface of the whiteboard. The board needs to feel slick with oil when you touch the surface. There shouldn't be large pools of oil on the board. When spreading around the WD-40 use circular motion.

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