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    Hey guys, essentially I do all of my uni work on whiteboards before writing it up since I tend to change my mind about notation and such alot, and so use up a tonne of paper.
    Problem is, the whiteboard in my room is tiny, only about A3 size. I do have a massive mirror and window though. Problem is my dry whipe pens leave greasy marks when I write on them. Is there anything else I could use to draw on them that whipes off easily?

    Cheers in advance

    Mr Ben
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    Wipe*

    Erm, lipstick? lol.
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    i dont know about what you could use,, but if you put a bit of vinegar on the mirror the grease will come right off
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    Are you allowed to do that? Our cleaner would have a fit if she saw any of us had!!

    why dont you just buy a whiteboard of your own - they prob sell them in asda etc. quite cheaply?
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    (Original post by Sarahl89)
    Are you allowed to do that? Our cleaner would have a fit if she saw any of us had!!

    why dont you just buy a whiteboard of your own - they prob sell them in asda etc. quite cheaply?
    We're not allowed to do it, that's why I need something that comes off easily.
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    chalk? the SPACE PEN? just buy proper white/black board cleaner spray to get the marks off?
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    chalk? the SPACE PEN? just buy proper white/black board cleaner spray to get the marks off?
    Now I never though of chalk, does that work?
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    Chalk :ditto:
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    The pen David Beckham endorsed (what was it called??)
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    The pen David Beckham endorsed (what was it called??)
    Sharpies. It would work but it's peremenant so obviously not wipe-off-able
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    (Original post by Norfolkadam)
    Sharpies. It would work but it's peremenant so obviously not wipe-off-able

    Oh.

    Thanks.
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    Lmao, game theory's no quite my cup of tea, mainly theoretical physics
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    chalk works. liquid chalk is good too just wipe with damp cloth and bye bye.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    :five: I love that film.
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    chinagraph pencils - designed to write on glass and china, but you can just wipe them off with a dry cloth...
 
 
 

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