I've reposted your question to the CCUMC and Media-L discussion lists.
Those folks handle such issues all the time and may have a solution for


deg farrelly, Media Librarian
Arizona State University Libraries
Hayden Library C1H1
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, Arizona  85287-1006
Phone:  602.332.3103

On 1/29/13 12:17 PM, ""
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>Hi O Mighty Collective Wisdom,
>A student recently in our brand new resource commons area, used a dry
>erase pen on a pull down projector screen, and then tried cleaning it
>making a big gray smudgy area.  Does any one know how to properly clean a
>projector screen  with out working the important sparkly bits off so  it
>can continue being an effective projector screen?
>thank you
>John H. Streepy

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