Tired of dry-erase boards that show the stains of every message it's held before? Whether in a classroom or a conference room, whiteboards help relay notes and bring ideas to life. When writing on the board becomes impossible to read due to ghosting, dents, and other damage, messages are lost, and communication falls through. The solution? Glass markerboards.

Stain- and Ghost-Free

Due to their nonporous construction, glass dry-erase boards are not susceptible to staining or ghosting the way melamine and porcelain whiteboards are. Even after a decade of use, you will not find any stains from previous meeting notes or lesson plans on these boards. Most glass boards come in different color options to make them easier to read from a distance, as the glass surface can be reflective, especially under fluorescent lighting.

Durable and Long-Lasting

Because the boards prevent ghosting and other common forms of wear and tear, such as dents and scratches, these markerboards can last for years—much longer than conventional whiteboards. While the cost of glass dry-erase boards is more than traditional melamine options, you'll save more money on glass boards in the long run because you won’t need to replace them nearly as often as those made of other materials that are more easily damaged.

Elegant and Modern

Not only are glass whiteboards durable and easy to clean, but they also give off a sleek, modern look that complements most conference rooms, training rooms, and higher education classrooms. The glass looks sleek and elegant; plus, glass boards are typically frameless, making them look like they are floating on the wall.



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