How to Erase Your Liquid Chalk Marker Pens Ink From Non-Porous Surfaces – Part 1 | Stationery Island

How to Erase Your Liquid Chalk Marker Pens Ink From Non-Porous Surfaces – Part 1 | Stationery Island


Sometimes we’re asked by our customers why
our ink won’t wipe clean from their boards. Liquid chalk is easy to remove, but it’s important
you use it on the correct surface. All liquid chalk products are designed to be used on
smooth, non-porous surfaces. That means that they don’t let liquid absorb in to them. This
leads to staining. So when using a liquid chalk marker. So when using a liquid chalk
marker. The first thing you need to check is that the material of the object you’re writing on is non-porous. This can include many products such as glass, ceramics, or metal. Be careful
though, some products may seem non-porous, but they aren’t. Many chalkboards are merely
wood painted with chalkboard paint. These are porous. Some surfaces may also be too
rough. Watch as we demonstrate the same pen on three different surfaces. A glass board,
a non-porous chalkboard, and a porous chalk board. When you buy a chalk board, please
look for chalkboards which state they are made for use with liquid chalk. Now watch
as we try to erase on the different surfaces. We’ll give each surface a quick wipe with
a wet cloth. The glass board, and the non-porous chalkboard wipe clean very easily. The porous
board however, leaves ghosting. This is because liquid chalk is designed to be used with non
porous surfaces. Don’t despair however, if your board is porous, and you’re having difficulties
cleaning off the liquid chalk, we have some suggestions to help you. Watch our next video
to find out more.

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