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Old 07-29-2010, 11:36 AM
 
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I know I saw where someone posted that they put fabric over a whiteboard. I can never find things again on PT so I've looked through this weeks posts and can't find it. Please help. How do you do it and are you 100% sure it won't ruin the whiteboard (I'd be shot).


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Liquid starch
Old 07-29-2010, 02:12 PM
 
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will work on your whiteboard without causing any damage. Cut fabric to the size you want and then dip it in a pan or bucket with liquid starch (do not add anything else). Wring out excess starch and put on your board. It will take a day or overnight to dry. You will love how simple this is to do.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:24 PM
 
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I have never heard of that but I'm wondering what you would do with it after it's covered. Would it be like a bulletin board?
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After it's covered
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I have my kids "vote" for their lunch choice using magnets beside their names. I want to make this my lunch account board. I got the idea from Kermit on PT a year ago it works well. I also know who is absent at a glance (unless they forget it vote). I will post a picture when I get it constructed. Thanks 4 the help.
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I don't know if you are suppose to use magnets around computer technology.. It can really mess it up permanently. Just a thought...


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Old 07-30-2010, 11:37 AM
 
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No computers involved. This is just a whiteboard for dry erase --not a Smartboard. There are computers in another section of my room. I've used the little refrigerator magnets forever on the whiteboards with no trouble.
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