Cleaning & Maintenance of peerhatch®
To obtain maximum service from your peerhatch® product please note the following cleaning & maintenance care instructions.
Day to Day Cleaning
Dry erase can easily be wiped from peerhatch® walls leaving no residue with a clean microfiber cloth.
Long-Term peerhatch® Maintenance
If you do experience any residue, use a spray bottle with a solution of 70% Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA), and simply spray the surface and wipe with a microfiber cloth.
Tips and Tricks
peerhatch® can be cleaned easily with a microfiber cloth or if you want to clean a large area quickly, we like to use a Swiffer cleaner to “mop” over as if cleaning a floor. For speedy results, use a wet one and let dry for a short time.
Other Important Cleaning & Maintenance Tips
- We recommend only select dry erase markers – EXPO® Low Odor– for writing on peerhatch® .
- If a non-specified marker is accidentally used, such as a permanent marker or felt pen, clean with a clean microfiber cloth and solution of 70%
Isoporopyl Alcohol (IPA) and 30% water.
- If you want to clean a large area quickly, we recommend using a Swiffer cleaner to “mop” over as if cleaning a floor. For speedy results, use a
wet one and let dry for a short time.
In developing peerhatch®, we wanted the writable surface to stand up to anything pertaining to cleaning & maintenance, even permanent marker.
Even though we do not recommend using a permanent marker, there is always a chance someone will use one by mistake.
Should this happen, use a spray of rubbing alcohol solution and wipe right off. We test this on permanent marker ink that had been left on a peerhatch® surface for a few months, and still, it wiped off clean leaving the wall as good as the day it was installed.
Frequently Asked Cleaning & Maintenance Questions
Q: How do you clean and maintain peerhatch®?
A: Remove any dry erase markings with a clean microfiber cloth. The surface can be rinsed with 70% rubbing alcohol for a good cleaning.
Q: What happens if we accidentally use permanent marker?
A: Permanent marker can quickly be cleaned with 70% rubbing alcohol and a clean cloth.