Category Archives for "Whiteboard Advice"

Whiteboard vs. Dry Erase Board

Whiteboard vs. Dry Erase Board

There is no doubt that whiteboards are really nifty tools to have in a classroom setting of any kind. For one, you can choose how large to write and you can use any number of bold and stand-out colors to make sure that everyone can see.

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What Should I Look for in a Reversible Whiteboard?

What Should I Look for in a Reversible Whiteboard?

Whiteboards really are great tools to have, whether for at home use, in the classroom, or in the office.

With that being said, when you go to buy a reversible whiteboard, what are some of the features and factors that you should look for? These are important to keep in mind.

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Differences Between Porcelain, Melamine and Glass Whiteboards

Differences Between Porcelain, Melamine and Glass Whiteboards

Technically speaking, there are 3 different materials which whiteboards can be made of, each of which has its own benefits and drawbacks. Choosing the right whiteboard for you, your office, or your classroom can be difficult, especially when you do not know the difference between the 3 materials used.

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How to Mount a Whiteboard

How to Mount a Whiteboard

Whiteboards are very useful tools to have, whether it be at home for your kids to mess around with or in an academic setting. Being able to use them over and over again has its advantages, especially when it comes to being cost effective.

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Getting Permanent Marker Off a Whiteboard

Getting Permanent Marker Off a Whiteboard

Whiteboards are good tools to have for any kind of education purposes.  Chalkboards were the standard for a long time, for hundreds of years in fact, but now this has all started to change. Quick Navigation The Dry Erase MarkerAlcoholToothpaste, Comet, Or Coffee Grounds​Conclusion The fact of the matter is that chalkboards are really messy, […]

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What Are Whiteboards Made Of

What Are Whiteboards Made Of?

Whiteboards can be made of a wide range of materials, though the most common ones are melamine, painted steel, enameled steel, aluminum, and porcelain. Let’s take a closer look into whiteboard materials.

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