Wherever there has been a whiteboard installed – whether it is in the home, the workplace or even the school – it is likely that you will find some marker stains on painted surfaces on the odd occasion. If this has happened to you, you might be relieved to learn that repainting is not the only answer – it is possible to remove whiteboard marker in Melbourne with some cleaning techniques:
- Take a ‘Mr Clean Magic Eraser’ that you have wet slightly with cool water and use it to gently rub at the stains. Once you have removed the ink, rinse the paint with a wet rag.
- Take a can of hairspray and spray it directly onto the whiteboard marker stains. Then, use a clean cloth that you have wet slightly to rub at the marks. Rinse the paint with a wet rag when finished.
- Take some rubbing alcohol and apply it to an old rag, which you can then use to rub at the marker stains. Once you have removed the ink, make sure that you rinse the paint with a wet rag.
- Take the cleaner that you purchased for your whiteboard and apply it to the marker stains. Use an eraser to wipe the paint clean, then rinse with a wet rag.
Before using any of the above cleaning techniques, you should test them on an inconspicuous area of the surface to make sure that it won’t remove the paint as well as the whiteboard marker in Melbourne. You should also keep in mind that the glossier the finish of your paint, the easier it will be to remove any marker stains that may result.