Quartet Total Erase Board

36" x 24" - Maple Frame

Reg. Price $103.52

Our Price $69.99 Each

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Prestige Total Erase Marker Board features a subtle grid pattern that lets you write in a straight line, yet remains invisible to the audience. Sleek contemporary design enhances any work area. Total Erase surface is stain-resistant. Convenient Quick Clips let you post items without adhesives. Easy Mount hanging system hides unsightly hardware while securing the board to the wall in four places for extra stability. Total Erase Board includes factory-installed marker tray and a Quartet dry-erase marker.

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ACCO Brands Corporation
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Dry Erase Board
Stain Resistant
Package Contents
  • Total Erase Board
  • Factory Installed Marker Tray
  • Dry Erase Marker


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Quartet Total Erase Board

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WARNING: Not designed well for mounting on cubicle walls

By LabMan

from Boston, MA, USA

Comments about Quartet Total Erase Board:

Ouch. I've looked at the hangers that are recommended and ordered the MCH10 but they do not work well. I'm looking into cutting slots on the edge of the maple finish frame to solve the problem but...gee wiz quartet...would have given your board 4 stars if this problem did not exist. MSRP is high. 8(


Quartet Prestige Total Erase Whiteboard

By lerdot10

from College Station, TX

Comments about Quartet Total Erase Board:

Love this board!!! No marks left behind! Very nice!

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Do not buy

By fastcarphilly

from Philadelphia, PA, USA

Comments about Quartet Total Erase Board:

Frame not strong enough to support board. If you follow the instructions to install the board, the frame breaks. I'm sure it's fine on the smaller boards, but it is a serious issue with installing an 8' by 4' dry erase board and the frame breaks and the entire thing crashes to the ground during installation.

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This is a great product

By cweire

from Pennsylvania

Comments about Quartet Total Erase Board:

We have been purchasing this board for several years and these have been the most durable and easy to clean of all the dry erase boards that we have used. This is an excellent product for the value.


Great quality board

By DavidH

from Westborough, MA 01581, USA

Comments about Quartet Total Erase Board:

Thought it was pricey when I purchased it but it has really stood the test of time where I have seen other fail. Good product!


Great Product

By debbieG

from Gaithersburg, MD, USA

Comments about Quartet Total Erase Board:

As a project manager its critical to have the necessary tools to document your timelines, these boards are excellent for doing just that you can erase and rewrite as many time as needed and the information stays put. Great product!

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