Cleaning 600 Series Board Surface
NOTE: Dry-erase markers CAN be used, but NOT low-odor dry-erase markers.
1. Erase dry-erase ink as soon as possible after use. The longer dry-erase ink is on the surface, the more difficult it is to remove.
2. Remove excess dry-erase dust with a damp lint-free cloth.
3. If erasing doesn't completely remove ink and Step 2 didn't work, clean the surface with Windex.
***NOTE: Do NOT allow Windex to flow/drip into the crack between the lower frame and the writing surface. Spray onto a soft cloth, NOT directly onto the board.
4. Use dry-erase marker cleaner if ink remains after erasing
5. Use isopropyl alcohol for stubborn stains and ghosting.
6. To remove marks made with a permanent marker, use a cleaner such as the Sanford EXPO Dry Erase Board Doctor. Write directly over the permanent ink stain with the product, allow the solution to dry completely and then wipe clean.
7. You can also use a high-odor dry-erase marker to remove marks from a permanent marker because dry-erase ink contains solvents that can remove permanent ink. Cover the permanent ink with the dry-erase ink and wipe with a lint-free cloth while the ink is still wet. If any trace of the ink remains, spray a lint-free cloth with Windex and wipe the area clean.
8. When removing permanent marker ink, don't use low-odor or non-scented dry-erase makers. They don't contain the appropriate solvents.
9. To disinfect you can use an over the counter disinfectant spray but spray onto a cloth and wipe the board, do not spray directly onto the writing surface.