Instructions for EVERASE® Whiteboards

Writing Surface:

  • Use dry erase markers for any written text that you desire to be temporary and which can be wiped off easily with a dry, soft cloth or felt eraser.
  • Use permanent markers for any writing or graph lines which you desire to be longer lasting and which can be removed with a solvent based cleaner.
  • Press firmly when erasing using a circular motion.
  • Periodic cleaning (as needed basis), rinse the entire writing surface with soapy water and then dry with a soft cloth.
  • To remove any permanent marker ink, use a solvent such as acetone, diluted rubbing alcohol or our own Eco-friendly Whiteboard cleaner formulated specifically for dry erase surfaces.  You can also trace over any areas of permanent marker ink with a dry erase marker and dry erase as usual.

Erasers:

  • Please remember to clean cloths/erasers on a regular basis. A dirty cloth/eraser will leave ink residue on the writing surface. Microfiber cloths are preferred over felt erasers because they can be machine laundered making them easier to keep clean.
  • Either clean or replace cloths/erasers as they become dirty. A dirty felt eraser may be cleaned with rubbing alcohol, acetone, or warm soapy water.

Markers:

  • Use Low Odor Dry Erase markers from Everase, or any other reputable brand.
  • It is best to store markers horizontally so that the felt tips do not dry out.  Do not use markers with dried out tips, since they could potentially dent your writing surface.


CAUTION

  • Everase is scratch resistant but NOT scratch proof. Therefore, do not use sharp pointed instruments such as ballpoint pens, etc. or abrasive cleaners on the Everase® surface. 
  • Any hard object such as metallic magnets, diamond rings, knives, scrapers, pointers, etc could potentially gouge and damage the writing surface; please be careful when writing and cleaning your board surface.

NOTE
Failure to follow these recommended care and maintenance instructions may void your Ten Year Limited Warranty.