How to Clean a Promethean Board

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A Promethean board is an interactive white board used for teaching. Only dry erase markers should be used on the board. After each lesson, the dry erase ink should be removed from the board. If the board is not in use, it should be routinely cleaned to remove dirt and dust buildup on the board. If permanent marker or sharpie is accidentally used on the board, attempt to clean it as soon as possible. The longer it sits in the board, the more difficult it can be to remove. It may take several attempts to remove all of the permanent ink.

Things You'll Need

  • Soft cloth
  • Household cleaner
  • Dry erase board towelette or dry erase board wet wipe
  • Dry erase board spray cleaner

Routine Cleaning

Dampen a soft cloth in cool, running water. Squeeze to remove excess moisture.

Wipe down the Promethean board to remove dirt, dust and residue.

Spray a small amount of a non-bleach household liquid cleaner onto a soft cloth. Rub into the board to remove any excess residue. Wipe down the board with a water-dampened cloth to remove soap residue. Allow the board to air dry.

Remove Dry Erase Markers

Wipe away the dry erase markings on the board using a dry erase board towelette or dry erase board wet wipe.

Spray a small amount of a non-bleach household liquid cleaner onto a soft cloth. Rub into the board to remove any excess residue.

Wipe down the board with a water-dampened cloth to remove soap residue. Allow the board to air dry.

Remove Permanent Marker

Spray dry erase board spray cleaner on the permanent marker mark.

Allow it to work into the ink for five minutes.

Use a water-dampened cloth to wipe away the ink. Repeat as needed until all of the permanent ink is removed.

Spray a small amount of a non-bleach household liquid cleaner onto a soft cloth. Rub into the board to remove any excess residue. Wipe down the board with a water-dampened cloth to remove soap residue. Allow the board to air dry.

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