Step 1: Erase

Using your board’s eraser, clear the entire board of any writing and eliminate any left over dry-ink dust. Ensuring that the board is 100% clear is vital to achieving a perfectly clean surface. Depending on the type of board you have, may affect which eraser you need to use. Some are used for only whiteboards, while others are better suited for glass boards.



Step 2: Cleaning Solution


The cleaning solution will help your board resist ghosting or staining if used regularly. It also helps to pull up any dry-ink dust that may be embedded slightly below the surface.

Using your cleaner, spray the entire surface of the board. Standard cleaner can be used on all whiteboard surfaces including porcelain, melamine, and painted steel, while it is recommended to stay away from standard cleaner when dealing with a glass board. Use the cleaner that is right for your board.


Step 3: Dry the Board

Take a dry towel and wipe the surface of the board to remove any cleaner. Once the cleaner is removed, take another dry towel, and wipe the surface a second time. This ensures that all the cleaning solution is removed, and the surface will be dry.

If not dried correctly, if you try to write on the board, the marker ink may mix with cleaner ruining the marker and potentially staining the board.



It is recommended to erase your board after each use to eliminate any chance of ghosting or stains. And using clean erasers and towels helps keep your surface fresh and looking sharp.


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