Dry-Erase, Never-Ending, Universal Calendar

We got tired of buying a new calendar every year. Half the time we forgot to get one. Maybe it was March before we found one we liked. No one could agree on the picture, even when it changed every four weeks. We were always trying to find enough space to jot notes and numbers on the things, and after we’d crossed out a dozen scratchings the calendar started looking like we’d scrounged it out of the dumpster. They were never big enough, either, and on top of all this, they were too damned expensive. So we solved the problem.

Dry-Erase, Never-Ending,
Universal Calendars

Need a 2059 Calendar? You will! (we hope) 
Try a calendar that’s also good for 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013—well, you get the idea.

Lasts virtually forever.
Jot notes and numbers, then wipe them off. 
Make your own “picture of the month”. 
Plenty or room for appointments and memos.
Stick it on the wall once and forget it. Forever.

The company name may be personalized, of course

The company name may be personalized, of course

We accept MasterCard and VISA, etc..
FC-37, “Dry-Erase Never-Ending Universal Calendar”
 generally ships within 1-2 days.

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Certificates and Other Kinds of Things

What kind of dry-erase pen or marker should I use?

There are dozens, if not hundreds, of dry-erase markers available in every drug store and office supply depot. Most fall into two categories:

(1) Slightly more durable, harder to erase
(2) Less durable, very easy to erase

The “Sanford” brand dry erase markers are designed in such a way as to not easily brush off if someone accidentally touches the board with a piece of clothing. Many dry-erase removal products are on the market — the Sanford brand pens and markers generally require the use of one of these products for complete removal. Isopropyl alcohol will also remove Sanford brand markers (be careful not to let alcohol or any other fluid come in contact with the back side of the media). Most commercial dry-erase removal products are alcohol-based. Remember, alcohol is FLAMMABLE (it’s used as fuel in dragsters). Keep away from flames and heat sources!

Marks-a-Lot dry-erase markers (by Avery) can be removed with any soft cloth — no remover required. We suggest using only this type of marker.