How to Remove Permanent Marker from Whiteboard (goKelvin)

How to Remove Permanent Marker from Whiteboard (goKelvin)


Here’s a comparison of how easily the
different markers come off the whiteboard. The markers are a dry erase
marker, a permanent sharpie extreme, a paint pen, and two oil markers. So only
the dry erase is not a permanent marker. The dry erase wipes easily off with a
dry eraser but the other markers remain. Using a dry erase marker, overwrite each
marker and clean off the Kleenex. All of them come off nicely. Now for comparison,
try cleaning each with isopropyl alcohol. They all clean off nicely
except for the fine oil markers. So I would only recommend using a dry erase
marker, making sure to over write until the colors are mixed because then
the permanent marker ink is mixed well with the dry erase marker ink and then
it will remove cleanly. If you want to use this dry erase marker on the
whiteboard again, make sure to clean it off with the Kleenex until the permanent
ink that’s been mixed in has been removed. Otherwise, when you use it on the
whiteboard, it may make marks on the whiteboard which won’t erase well with
the dry eraser. You might think the whiteboard isn’t working anymore. That it’s
just getting ghost marks and it’s not working, but actually it’s that it’s a
dry erase marker that has the ink in it. Another important
point is not to use a dry eraser when erasing any of the permanent ink because
that permanent ink will get onto the dry eraser and this will also cause smudging
and the whiteboard not cleaning property. Again, it’s not the whiteboard that is
the problem. Actually either the marker or the dry eraser has some
permanent ink in it.

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