Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Classroom Clean Up for White Boards

If you're still in school, raise your hand. My hand is up by the way. I have 14 days to go! I could probably tell you exactly how many hours also, but I don't want you to think I am obsessed with the countdown or anything. 82.5. Ha. I have begun a bit of the clean up in my classroom though and thought I would share with you a little trick I use to get my white boards clean.
You can buy a cleaner that is made specifically for white boards, but it's usually really expensive and I go through it so quickly that I end up needing a new bottle often. So after a bit of trial and error, I discovered that a little rubbing alcohol cleans them up perfectly. The higher the percentage the better, I used 90% and my white boards look brand new. Plus rubbing alcohol is way cheaper than the products made just for white boards. Give it a try, it works wonders, even on tired, old, whiteboards.

If you are still in school and you've got a Filed Day coming up, I've got a Freebie for you that ties in perfectly. Just click the pic for the download.

I'll keep you updated on my countdown survival.