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Hello friends,
I often have read about people buying a board and having home depot cut it in small squares for students to use as dry erase board. Can someone explain how and where I can get them? Is it home depot?
Thanks a bunch

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Phyllis 06-24-2016 11:39 AM

The corners need to be rounded if you can manage it. I suppose tape around the edges would suffice, but I think they would look ragged quickly.

As a temporary measure, laminated white card stock can also be used. I know someone who uses white plastic (maybe foam) plates.

Jpoloni 06-24-2016 11:24 AM

I've used shower board. But now they are inexpensive to buy so I don't use shower board anymore.

Go Gators 06-24-2016 06:35 AM

Usually they are called shower boards and you ask them to cut them to the size you want. 12x12 is popular as is 8x11.

ojitos 06-23-2016 02:19 PM

Hello friends,
I often have read about people buying a board and having home depot cut it in small squares for students to use as dry erase board. Can someone explain how and where I can get them? Is it home depot?
Thanks a bunch




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