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FAQ and Mounting instructions

Glass Boards

What kind of glass do you use?

All our boards are made with tempered safety glass (also known as toughened glass), which is specially treated to be much stronger than regular glass.

Can these boards be mounted vertically in portrait style?

Yes, the boards are designed to be mounted in either landscape or portrait orientation. Just hang the included template vertically when you mount the board. The attachable marker tray can also be used in either orientation.

What can I use to clean my glass board?  

Normal dry-erase markers will easily wipe clean on these boards. Any commercial glass cleaner can also be used to clean the board. Permanent markers can be cleaned by writing over them with a regular dry erase marker and then wiping clean

What kind of dry-erase markers work best with these boards? 

For Clear, Frosted, and White Glass Boards, we recommend Expo Bold Dry Erase Markers. They are more vibrant and visible than most normal dry-erase markers. They also are great for kids to make colorful works of art like the one below made on one of our magnetic glass dry-erase boards with Expo Bold markers. 

For Black Glass Boards, we recommend Expo Neon Bullet Tip Dry Erase Markers for dry-erase use and Expo Bright Sticks for wet-erase use. Note: It’s very important that any markers you purchase state they are suitable for black surfaces, as some markers designed for white surfaces will not show up on black surfaces.

Do I mount my frosted glass board with the smooth side or the frosted side facing the wall? 

The smooth side is the writing surface. You should mount the board with the frosted side facing the wall and the smooth side facing you. 

What is the difference between your White and Ultra White boards?

Glass has naturally occurring minerals in it that give it a slight green tinge. Our Ultra White boards undergo a special process that extract these minerals out to give the board a purer white color.

I’d like to use my board as a calendar, chore chart, or for some other planning purpose. Do you have any tips on how to do that?

Yes! There are several ways to use your board like this. If you have a clear or frosted board, you can use document clips or tape to attach documents behind your board and write over them on the glass surface. If you would like to have a permanent chart that will have some information in them change, such as a chore chart or tally chart, use a Sharpie permanent marker to set up your divisions and titles, and then use a regular dry erase marker for the details. When you erase the board, the permanent sections should stay while the dry-erase portions will be erased.

Will refrigerator magnets work on my Magnetic Glass Board?

Most “regular” magnets and smaller sized neodymium magnets are not strong enough to work properly with our magnetic glass boards. We recommend Neodymium magnets with minimum size of 3/4" diameter and 1/16" thickness. We also sell packs of our magnets, which can each hold 6 pieces of 8.5”x11” paper. 

Glass Board Mounting Instructions Video (Step-by-step tutorial video on how to install and mount our dry erase boards)             


What are the heights of your Presentation and Flipchart Easels?

Our Presentation Easel and Flipchart Easel can be adjusted from 37 to 70 inches.

What is the height of your Dry Erase Easels?

Our Dry-Erase Easel can be adjusted from 36.5 to 68.5 inches.

What is the height of your Wheeled Easel?

Our Wheeled Easel can be adjusted from 68 to 84 inches.

What size easel pads work with your easels?

All our easels work with all standard sized easel pads, including Post-It brand Easel Pads. The attachment holes for the easels should be 17.5 inches apart.

What is the red tab on your Presentation Easel used for?

This is used to attach the Flipchart Pad-Holder accessory to convert them into Flipchart Easels.

What are the two prongs on your Presentation Easel and Flipchart Easel used for?

They are designed to hold signs and posters. They can move up and down and fold out to act as a rubberized base. They are displayed in the picture below.