Make Over Your Marred Dry Erase Board

What happens if someone draws on their dry erase board with a permanent marker? (Asking for a friend.) Prepare to have your mind. Blown.

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Contrary to popular belief, that board is not ruined! Just draw directly on top of the permanent marker with a dry erase marker, and then wipe it off while the dry erase ink is still wet. Seriously. It is that simple, people.

Bonus pro tip: If you’re not already familiar with Magic Erasers and their generic counterparts, they are super-handy for getting, say, crayon off the wall. (Just make sure to do a test patch before using these on painted or stained surfaces. Speaking from experience here.)


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