I learned that our custodians put Armor All on the walls because it
makes them easier to clean. Of course, this means that NOTHING sticks
to the walls.
Thanks for the tip! I love those Magic Erasers. I'll give it a try.
On 6/8/07, chris massingill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> you might want to try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser - I use
> them for everything from stray sharpie marks on the
> tables to flicks of paint on the wall from action
> painting - I had used them before to get some oil
> pastel off the floor - I had some kids who were
> dropping their oil pastel "crumbs" and then stepping
> on them which smears them all over the place and the
> magic eraser worked to get them up - the only problem
> I have had is that they take the wax coating off the
> floor so my custodian doesn't like me using them to
> get things off the floor. (Personally I fail to
> understand the correlation between providing an
> education and having super shiny floors, but I guess
> that's just me.)
> Good Luck!
> --- Rebecca Burch <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Anybody have any suggestions for getting oil pastel
> > off chalkboards?
> > Apparently, a student stopped by while I was out for
> > lunch yesterday
> > and left a message on my board, and thought the box
> > of oil pastels was
> > chalk. Oops.
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