How to clean an enamel whiteboard?

e3 CeramicSteel enamel surfaces are GUARANTEED FOR LIFE and therefore designed to resist the daily demands of heavy use and to offer exceptional writing performance and superior erasing power (unlimited number of erasures). They are resistant to scratches, stains and discoloration. Your board will stay as good as new if you use and maintain it properly.

Download the maintenance and use instructions for an enamel board (in French).

CLEANING

When using your e3 enamel board for the FIRST TIME (after removing the protective film) and as soon as the surface of the board (marke, projection or screen white) is DIRTY:

  • Rinse the surface with clean water to remove all residues with a scrubbing sponge or your damp microfibre cloth. Surfaces that are not often used should be cleaned two to three times a week. More frequently used surfaces may require daily cleaning.
  • Wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth.

ERASING

  • MARKER WHITE ENAMEL : dry wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth or eraser. Replace the eraser felt regularly: a dirty eraser makes erasing poor. PROJECTION WHITE ENAMEL : wipe the surface with a damp microfibre cloth. MATT SCREEN WHITE ENAMEL : erase the surface with water.
  • The use of an inappropriate cleaner may result in poor erasure due to the accumulation of residue on the surface.
  • Erase permanent marker: write over it with an erasable marker and then erase. In most cases, the marker will leave. If a thorough cleaning is necessary: Dampen a clean microfiber cloth with gasoline F, wipe the surface with circular movements to dissolve marker residue and especially rinse with clean water before wiping with a clean microfiber cloth.
  • Use quality dry erase markers with alcohol-based ink (avoid markers with a low odour and too greasy ink) to make erasing easier. Make sure to store them horizontally. Replace the markers before they are completely dry to avoid poor erasure.

ACCESSORIES

  • Chemical cleaners are often not necessary. Therefore we recommend a microfibre cloth, washable and reusable many times, for effective cleaning / wiping wether it is dry, wet or water-based with a water spray; a felt wiper for dry wiping.
  • Special microfibre cloth for writing boards ref. 6800462
  • Felt eraser ref. 6800002 and 10 refills ref. 6800000
  • Set of 4 assorted markers (black, blue, red, green) ref. 6800053
  • Water spray ref. 6800642
  • Whiteboard cleaner ref. 6800040

How to clean a lacquered whiteboard?

The lacquered steel surfaces offer a good value for money and are suitable for a low intensity office use (total number of erasures limited to 1500). Indeed, compared to enamelled steel surfaces, they are about 10 times less scratch resistant, can be erased 10 times less, are 25 times lower in terms of durability, are lower in terms of hardness and wear resistance. In order to extend the life of your lacquered steel board, you must therefore use and maintain it properly.

Download the maintenance and use instructions for a lacquered steel board (in French).

CLEANING

When you FIRST USE your lacquered steel board (after removing the protective film), clean the surface with methylated spirits.
As soon as the surface of the board is DIRTY:

  • Clean the surface with methylated spirits OR rinse the surface with clean water to remove any residue with your moistened microfiber cloth. Surfaces that are not often used should be cleaned two to three times a week. More frequently used surfaces may require daily cleaning.
  • Wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth.

ERASING

  • Wait until the ink on your notes or drawings is dry to avoid poor erasure.
  • Dry wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth or eraser. Replace the eraser felt regularly: a dirty eraser makes erasing poor.
  • The use of an inappropriate cleaner may result in poor erasure due to the accumulation of residue on the surface.
  • Use quality dry erase markers with alcohol-based ink (avoid markers with a low odour and too greasy ink) to make erasing easier. Make sure to store them horizontally. Replace the markers before they are completely dry to avoid poor erasure.

ACCESSORIES

  • Chemical cleaners are often not necessary. Therefore we recommend a microfibre cloth, washable and reusable many times, for effective cleaning / wiping wether it is dry, wet or water-based with a water spray; a felt wiper for dry wiping.
  • Special microfibre cloth for writing boards ref. 6800462
  • Felt eraser ref. 6800002 and 10 refills ref. 6800000
  • Set of 4 assorted markers (black, blue, red, green) ref. 6800053
  • Water spray ref. 6800642
  • Whiteboard cleaner ref. 6800040

 

What are the guarantees of the NF Education label?

NF Education provides you with objective proof that the product meets the required standards and takes into account the criteria specific to this particular use in terms of:

  • Safety
  • Solidity
  • Sustainability
  • Health

Download the document (in French) published by the independent certifying agency.

e3 CeramicSteel enamel surfaces are GUARANTEED FOR LIFE and therefore designed to resist the daily demands of heavy use and to offer exceptional writing performance and superior erasing power (unlimited number of erasures). They are resistant to scratches, stains and discoloration. Your board will stay as good as new if you use and maintain it properly.

Download the maintenance and use instructions for an enamel board (in French).

CLEANING

When using your e3 enamel board for the FIRST TIME (after removing the protective film) and as soon as the surface of the board (marke, projection or screen white) is DIRTY:

  • Rinse the surface with clean water to remove all residues with a scrubbing sponge or your damp microfibre cloth. Surfaces that are not often used should be cleaned two to three times a week. More frequently used surfaces may require daily cleaning.
  • Wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth.

ERASING

  • MARKER WHITE ENAMEL : dry wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth or eraser. Replace the eraser felt regularly: a dirty eraser makes erasing poor. PROJECTION WHITE ENAMEL : wipe the surface with a damp microfibre cloth. MATT SCREEN WHITE ENAMEL : erase the surface with water.
  • The use of an inappropriate cleaner may result in poor erasure due to the accumulation of residue on the surface.
  • Erase permanent marker: write over it with an erasable marker and then erase. In most cases, the marker will leave. If a thorough cleaning is necessary: Dampen a clean microfiber cloth with gasoline F, wipe the surface with circular movements to dissolve marker residue and especially rinse with clean water before wiping with a clean microfiber cloth.
  • Use quality dry erase markers with alcohol-based ink (avoid markers with a low odour and too greasy ink) to make erasing easier. Make sure to store them horizontally. Replace the markers before they are completely dry to avoid poor erasure.

ACCESSORIES

  • Chemical cleaners are often not necessary. Therefore we recommend a microfibre cloth, washable and reusable many times, for effective cleaning / wiping wether it is dry, wet or water-based with a water spray; a felt wiper for dry wiping.
  • Special microfibre cloth for writing boards ref. 6800462
  • Felt eraser ref. 6800002 and 10 refills ref. 6800000
  • Set of 4 assorted markers (black, blue, red, green) ref. 6800053
  • Water spray ref. 6800642
  • Whiteboard cleaner ref. 6800040

The lacquered steel surfaces offer a good value for money and are suitable for a low intensity office use (total number of erasures limited to 1500). Indeed, compared to enamelled steel surfaces, they are about 10 times less scratch resistant, can be erased 10 times less, are 25 times lower in terms of durability, are lower in terms of hardness and wear resistance. In order to extend the life of your lacquered steel board, you must therefore use and maintain it properly.

Download the maintenance and use instructions for a lacquered steel board (in French).

CLEANING

When you FIRST USE your lacquered steel board (after removing the protective film), clean the surface with methylated spirits.
As soon as the surface of the board is DIRTY:

  • Clean the surface with methylated spirits OR rinse the surface with clean water to remove any residue with your moistened microfiber cloth. Surfaces that are not often used should be cleaned two to three times a week. More frequently used surfaces may require daily cleaning.
  • Wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth.

ERASING

  • Wait until the ink on your notes or drawings is dry to avoid poor erasure.
  • Dry wipe the surface with a clean microfibre cloth or eraser. Replace the eraser felt regularly: a dirty eraser makes erasing poor.
  • The use of an inappropriate cleaner may result in poor erasure due to the accumulation of residue on the surface.
  • Use quality dry erase markers with alcohol-based ink (avoid markers with a low odour and too greasy ink) to make erasing easier. Make sure to store them horizontally. Replace the markers before they are completely dry to avoid poor erasure.

ACCESSORIES

  • Chemical cleaners are often not necessary. Therefore we recommend a microfibre cloth, washable and reusable many times, for effective cleaning / wiping wether it is dry, wet or water-based with a water spray; a felt wiper for dry wiping.
  • Special microfibre cloth for writing boards ref. 6800462
  • Felt eraser ref. 6800002 and 10 refills ref. 6800000
  • Set of 4 assorted markers (black, blue, red, green) ref. 6800053
  • Water spray ref. 6800642
  • Whiteboard cleaner ref. 6800040

 

NF Education provides you with objective proof that the product meets the required standards and takes into account the criteria specific to this particular use in terms of:

  • Safety
  • Solidity
  • Sustainability
  • Health

Download the document (in French) published by the independent certifying agency.