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in Alabama wrote: “My solution that I have been using for at least a dozen years is baby wipes. They are easy to use and dispose of, and are safe for students to use.”
Laurie H., via email, said: “I’ve tried everything to clean mine, and recently stumbled on a hint on the Internet of using toothpaste. I tried a small dab and rubbed it over the entire board, and it cleaned it to completely white. No residue, ‘ghost’ writing or anything.”
Patti Sanders in Arkansas wrote: “I have found that plain old water in a spray bottle,
wiped with soft paper towels, is the best cleaner to keep boards in prime condition. It might not work well if the boards have been abused through the years, but I have a set of 10 year old boards in my classroom that look brand new.” Heloise
Dear Heloise: Every woman has pondered: “I’ve found the perfect dress, but now I need to find shoes to match!” Then they proceed to drag their new dress from shoe store to shoe store to find the perfect match.
Most dresses have two thin ribbons sewn into them. If the dress can manage to hang properly without the ribbons, simply snip them out and put the ribbons in your wallet or purse. Now when shopping for those perfect shoes, use the ribbons to help match your shoe selection. Karen R.,
Dear Heloise: You know those little plastic covers that protect nozzles on spray bottles and cans? They roll off the counter and onto the floor. I can’t find them (until I step on them). They just disappear into the pattern of the tile. Now I color the top of the cover with a marker or a dab of red nail polish. Makes finding it much easier. Karen in Rhode Island