You of course should never use dry erase markers on the SmartBoard but if it happens:


TRY TO REMOVE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

IMPORTANT • Before you clean your interactive whiteboard, shut down or disconnect the

connected computer.

 

Do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on your interactive whiteboard.

Cover ink stains with whiteboard cleaner (not low-odor whiteboard cleaner), and then rub the surface clean with paper towels.

 

IMPORTANT: When removing dry-erase marker ink, do not use cleaning wipes, low-odor whiteboard cleaner or glass

cleaner, because they don’t adequately clean the surface of your SMART Board.

 

If dry-erase ink remains on your interactive whiteboard for a long period of time, you might need to scrub the ink with whiteboard cleaner

for as long as five minutes. Although a faint residue might remain, it isn’t usually visible when the projector is on.