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Single EverCloth

Our best-selling EverCloth collects dry erase marker residue like a magnet, unlike standard erasers. Use the EverCloth to keep your EverWhite whiteboards looking as new as the day were installed. Can be used as an eraser, or as a cleaning cloth for deep cleanings.

Single EverCloth


$3.50 ea.

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  • Our EverWhite whiteboard has truly added to the educational experience the students in my room have every day! I am grateful for this wonderful tool.

    — Cory Greene
  • We tried three different brands of white boards and found the EverWhite boards from Glenroy to be far superior to the others. It was an easy decision to choose EverWhite for our new campus project.

    — Darryl De Ruiter
  • They’re great! I wish I had known about them years ago.

    — Ben Adair
  • It takes 20 minutes to install a resurfacing panel — no drilling, no screwing, nothing to do except peel and stick. That makes my job easier. I love EverWhite boards. There’s just not a better whiteboard on the market.

    — Mike Meyers
  • markerboard is a markerboard is a markerboard…that is, until the complaints come pouring in. EverWhite is a quality company. The boards do not ghost, and we don’t receive complaints.

    — Jim White
  • I had encouraged our school to update the old "chalkboards" we used in the locker rooms for our basketball teams. As I researched the possibilities I came across EverWhite. I was completely impressed with the idea of a "whiteboard" that stays whit...

    — Coach Terry Smades
  • We were very pleased with the service, and the boards are great.

    — Nancy Roberts
  • The best dry erase board we have tried.

    — Bryan Hunter
  • I told others at my school about these. And we have had people visit to see them and try them out. We’ll be getting more!

    — Dawn Tamarkin
  • I have several whiteboards from you and they are of superior quality. [My order] arrived quickly, which helped me finish the remodel ahead of schedule.

    — Mike Connor
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