Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 11
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by David Great Value
Although not as good as a professional dry erase boards it is much more affordable. Cleaning is harder than professional dry erase boards. If you erase within a couple of hours the ink seem to come off easy. If you let the ink dry over a couple of days it won't wipe off. Simply use a rag with rubbing alcohol to dissolve the ink and wipe with a dray rag.
Again cheaper but harder to clean than professional dry erase boards.
June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HockeyGuy1324 PERFECT FOR HOCKEY SHOOTING PAD
I got this to put on the floor and use it for hockey shooting pad. All you have to do is spray it with Pledge and kind of rub it in with a rag. It feels like ice and it is a lot cheaper then real shooting pads but works just as good if not better.
June 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by hiloaz HORRIBLE writing surface!!
We bought these to put in our kid's playroom. My husband had gone to pick them out and we drilled them into the wall. The surface is not shiny like a typical white board. This surface DOES NOT erase AT ALL!!!
I went back to home depot to see if we needed a special cleaner or something. Another guy there told me that these aren't meant to be a dry erase board, then why are they called "marker board??" He said they are for a one time use, why in the world would you buy this to write with a marker one time??
Very frustrated that we spent money on these and more so, that we drilled them into the wall.
January 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ATinvent Hard white finish, many uses
These dry erase panels can be purchased in single sheets or packs of four. The snow white finish is hard and glossy and cuts cleanly with a laminate blade. I used three of these panels to construct a set of pull out bins for my wife’s collection of food storage containers. The 3/16” thickness is adequate for lightly loaded bins although I did reinforce the corners with white vinyl quarter round extrusion. I painted the unfinished side with a shellac based primer and white enamel. I am also experimenting with laminating these panels unfinished face to unfinished face yielding a 3/8” material. The cost of this two layer board is comparable to ¾” melamine particle board but feels like white glass fused to hardwood.
Whether you are just building a dry erase board or something custom for the kitchen, this material has a very classy durable finish.
November 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chance Great deal!
A great deal for the size, much better price than Walmart or Target.
December 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mario702 Cheap Stuff
I bought three of these from our local Las Vegas Serene location. They appear fine, but after mounting them and using Expo dry erase markers, it's almost impossible to erase with a standard dry marker eraser! It takes significant effort to remove any previous residue and completely defeats the point. I ended up getting some goo remover chemical to clean the board. I might as well write on my wall and paint over it every time I want to post something, it would take less effort. Waste of time & money. Complete disappointment. Not to mention my time & effort to purchase these, haul them home and mount to my wall.
February 4, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Apple2015 Not easy to erase
I just bought it yesterday and write some text on it. I use the expo dry erase pen and standard eraser that comes with the dry erase package. One text must erase a few times until clean. Another text, I leave it for 15 minutes then erase it. Again It needs the effort to erase it. I often leave the text on many days for the projects plan. So I return it back next day. Not happy with the cleaning but I like the size and price.
June 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TeacherMom Erasing
You can erase these surfaces with Magic Eraser. It works wonderfully. Wipe dry, though, before using a marker.
June 30, 2015