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Blue Dungeon Tiles are double-sided, 1” grid, map tiles in old school blue. They work with dry-erase, wet-erase and permanent markers.
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Beware the Green Dry Erase Marker

Posted by Kevin Chenevert (Creator)

As some of you start receiving your tiles I want to alert you that some have had trouble with green dry erase markers staining. Like the dry erase boards you have at school and work, the tiles may stain over time and may require special cleaning beyond a dry wipe. Green definitely leaves a light stain immediately. The easiest way to remove the green stain is with a paper towel dipped in rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer (which is also alcohol based).

Jim McLaughlin, Roland, and 4 more people like this update.


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    1. Jim McLaughlin

      @Gozuja: This is not official, but I would recommend wet erase.

    2. Gozuja on

      What are the ideal markers to use with these between wet and dry erase, etc?

    3. Judy Krauss on

      There used to be gasoline-based art markers. I don't know if they still make them. Those won't clean off with alcohol.

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      Larry Algee on

      Anything alcohol based should work on the permanent markers you buy in stores. I don't know if there is something on the fringe that won't respond to alcohol.

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      Francis Jun Heo on

      is there anything i need to be aware of with using permanent marker? i saw you need to go over it with wet erase before it'll come off. but does that work with all permanent markers?

    6. Aard Rinn on

      Excellent to know, and thank you for keeping in touch about this!

    7. Swift2568 on

      I was a high school teacher. I had to clean/recover a couple whiteboards. This helped.
      They actually make special wipes that turned out to be pretty awesome.

    8. Kevin Chenevert Creator on

      Glen, I am sure that would work also.

    9. Glen Hallstrom on

      Hey Ken, would dry-erase cleaner work also? I have plenty of that.