Use on Dry Erase Boards! Wipe Clean with damp cloth or sponge!
Used on glass, plastic, blackboards, stone, whiteboards and any non-porous surface, these markers will always come off with a damp cloth or sponge.
Often used for menus in restaurants or special boards, they are easy to change. Just wash away the item you would like to change.
- Store Signs
- POP displays
- Table, Counter or Bar Top displays
- Arts and Crafts when easy removal is required
- Child artwork on counters or glass
- Chalk Board Art
- White Board for easy to use, “erase when dry” applications
- Menu Boards
- Wedding and Function Message Boards
- Kitchen Menu Boards
- Family Calendar and Activity Board
Use as a Dry Erase Marker?
The most often used search on ZigPosterman.com is “Wide Dry-Erase Marker”. The question is, can the wide Zig Posterman Wet-Wipe marker be used on a dry erase board?
In one word, yes!
The wet-wipe Zig Posterman (along with the Illumigraph) is the most like a dry erase marker. It is however very opaque, unlike a dry erase marker. The mark will be bold and strong on your boards, not transparent and thin. Most often it is removed with water and a damp cloth or sponge. It will not damage your whiteboard and always clean completely off your board.
- Broad Chisel 6mm
- Big and Broad 15mm
- Biggie 30 30mm
Looking for a wide marker to use on your IdeaPaint walls? The Wet-Wipe is a great option and can be cleaned with a damp cloth or sponge. This will remove the marks even if your surface has slight defects in it.
The wet-wipe should not be used outdoors since it will come off in the rain. It does take 1-2 minutes to dry, not as fast as a dry erase marker. The Zig Posterman Wet-Wipe will come off cleaner than dry erase markers from dry erase boards. We have never seen staining on a white board that happens with poor quality dry erase markers.
If you need a marker that is going to be used outside view information on our Zig Posterman Waterproof Marker.
Shop for Markers that can be Dry Erase or Wet Erase