Monday, May 9, 2011

Lysol Like a Rock Star

In one of my classrooms the student tables have a white surface. Yes, a 'white' surface. Doesn't  that seem practical in an art room?  I don't know why, nor who thought it was a good idea. Keeping them clean is near impossible. Shaving cream is a good standard cleaner, but that can become a bit burdensome to use so regularly. I found a cleaner that is awesome!
This little beauty will take off nearly anything my kids throw/draw/dribble onto the table tops. This is a Lysol brand "Complete Clean" product. I'm not sure what's so special about it, but I'm pretty sure a little pixie dust is in the list of components.

I bought this in August and I'm still using it. I <3 you Lysol :)


  1. I just happened across your blog and I LOVE IT!!! I've been teaching elementary art for 7 years in Texas. This year, I bought the Windex Multisurface cleaner with Vinegar. It takes off crayon and newer sharpie marks if you let it sit for a minute! If it's still there, then another spray usually gets it done!

  2. Thanks Renee, I will have to keep an eye out for it!