why you'll love LIQUID CHALK


3mm reversible nib
Use on non-porous surfaces



Ink erases best when dry.

Don’t spray water or cleaning product directly onto the chalk, instead spray onto a cloth or paper towel, then wipe your board clean.

Use a lint free damp cloth or magic eraser to remove chalk

Store vertically, with the cap end up

Do not store in direct sunlight

If the ink is runny, shake the marker a little longer but don’t pump the nib again.

If you’re not sure how the ink will react with your board, do a spot test. Pick a small corner and place a small dot of ink. Allow it to dry and then try to erase.

Your Ultimate Guide to How to Remove Chalk Marker Ink and Prevent Ghosting on Chalkboards, visit the Versachalk blog



Q. How do I erase ink from chalkboard markers?
A. Chalkboard markers will erase from compatible surfaces with a bit of water and a damp cloth.

Q. What surfaces are compatible with chalkboard markers?
A. Smooth non-porous surfaces work best. Such as: glass, metal, plastic, granite, glazed ceramic
porcelain chalkboards, chalkboard contact paper paper, vinyl labels

Q. Can I use them on chalkboard paint?
A. Generally, chalk markers don’t work well on chalkboard paint. Paint tends to absorb the ink from the markers and it doesn’t erase easily. Though some brands of chalkboard paint may work, we recommend you only write on unpainted, non-porous surfaces.

Q. There are marks left after I tried to erase them – what do I do?
A. Use a Magic Eraser and a bit of water and the ink will come off most surfaces. You can also try using ammonia-based cleaning product. A cleaning wipe for glasses should do the trick