Resurfacing Your Old Boards into Dry Erase Whiteboards

Updated: Jan 22

Write-On resurfacing material from EduBoard is a game-changer when it comes to upgrading your classroom or resurfacing old chalkboards or tatty whiteboards. A simple installation can make all the difference. Read more about write on here and product specifications here.


STEP1: It Takes 2-4 People

  • It generally takes two people but if your area that you are resurfacing is very large then you may need four people to help you and a little patience.

STEP 2: Clean The Surface

  • It is vital that you clean the surface thoroughly before applying the self-adhesive whiteboard roll.

  • Methodically remove all chalk and dust deposits by washing the surface with a sponge and warm water.

  • The most vital areas that need to be cleaned are corners, sills and frames including the top edge of the frame where you will often find build up of dust deposits.

  • Remove any bumps or objects such as paint spots, Prestik and other deposits with a scraper, take