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Idea Paint Care Guide

30 Jun 2019

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LONG LIVE YOUR WRITABLE SURFACES.

IdeaPaint gives you the space you need to think, create, and collaborate. It works like a dream when you treat it well. Follow these simple tips to keep your dry erase surfaces happy & performing their best.

WRITE: WE’VE TRIED EVERY MARKER UNDER THE SUN SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO.

We recommend using IdeaPaint Dry Erase Markers. Don’t have any on hand? Expo BOLD also works well. Whatever your marker of choice, it’s wise to test it first before diving in.

ERASE: FOR BEST RESULTS USE IDEAPAINT FOAM ERASERS ON A REGULAR BASIS.

Need a bigger eraser? Make quick work of wiping down large, dry erase surfaces with our SWEEP wand. If your writing starts to stick around even after a good scrubbing, it’s time to switch to cleaning mode.

CLEAN: AVOID BUILD-UP OVER TIME AND EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR IDEAPAINT SURFACES.

Use our Cleaner Spray & Microfiber Cleaning Cloths. Keep them handy and use them often. Never use non-dry erase cleaners like Windex or Clorox - we’ve seen what happens when people go rogue (it’s not pretty).

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GOT A HANDLE ON THE BASICS? CHECK OUT THESE PRO TIPS:

• Accidentally use a permanent marker? Cover over the stain with black dry erase ink, then use IdeaPaint Cleaner and a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth to remove the mark.

• Want to use an IdeaPaint wall as a projection screen, and up the interactivity of your presentations? Short-throw projectors work best.

• Ideas just won’t stick? We don’t recommend using tape on IdeaPaint surfaces, but our magnetic system PULL might do the trick.