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Re: home depot whiteboards


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Nov 07 2000 - 17:06:58 PST

I have a white write board I glued up years ago and it is beginning
to lose some of it's "write-ability". It doesn't erase as well as
before. I use alcohol to wipe it down clean every other day.
Woody in KC

Jayna Ledbetter wrote:
> Those white boards from home improvement stores lose
> their write-ability (yes I just invented a word) after
> a couple of years. The last art teacher at my school
> hung the ones I have a couple of years ago and they
> are shot. Not only can I not write on them well, but
> whatever I do write requires 409 and some serious
> scrubbing to remove. I think I have chalkboards
> underneath- I plan to trash the whiteboards and go
> back to doing things the old fashioned way.
> Jayna