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Many times I have had to come into my
wife's classroom and re-draw her a
calendar or outlines for something. She
fills them up and if you want to make
corrections you have to be very careful
with the eraser.
My idea is for a Semi-permanent dry erase
marker (did I mention that). It writes
the dry erase board and dries. The regular
eraser cannot erase it. Only a solvent,
located on the back side of the special
marker can erase it's lines. That way, you
can go over semi-permanent lines with
the eraser and not erase them, only
erasing them when you need to with the
back side of the pen.
My wife would love this.
How To Erase Permanent Magic Marker From Your Dry Erase Board
This process claims to fill the bill for removable semi-permanency, on whiteboards at least. [jurist, Dec 01 2006]
||a specific solvent built into the back of the
||Can be vary use full
there needs to be more information in your piece.
||I've done it that way also. It is still a pain.
If you want the line thin, you have to cut
the tape yourself.
This invention is the incorporation of the
semi-permanent (not truly like a sharpie),
and a solvent on the back end to remove
||A graphic artists' version in a variety of widths, textures, and colors is also available from Chartpak at any good art supply store.
||It still takes too much time to align
tape.. and pinstriping ... isn't that
supposed to be a permanent
application? I'm looking for something
more cost effective and a lot easier to
apply than tape. Knowing how much
teachers spend in their classroom
before and after hours, anything that
saves time is good.
||If I have to remove tape from the board
every week, I'd rather not put it there in
the first place.