This instructable helps eliminate squished dry-erase pen tips.  Perfect for teachers that have to deal with squished dry-erase pens. 

Step 1: Gather Materials


Expo pen 

A pair of pliers ( I used needle-nosed pliers) 
WOW how cool.....wish I had know this a few years ago!
Brilliant, Sam. Maybe I can use less than a thousand next year.
Yep. It's always a good idea. <br>-blueblobbs
How come your workspace or your fingers aren't very messy after removing the chisel tip? <br>-BLUEBLOBS2
Good stuff! I was curious to know if you could just pull out the tip enough to cut off the frayed part w/out taking it out or would that not work? (coming from a lazy guy) Thanks!
I'm no sure, but I don't think it would work because it is a certain length to reach the ink cartidge, sorry. <br>-blueblobbs
That makes sense. I guess you'd have to open up the other side and push the ink tube forward each time so that it would reach the tip perhaps. Or connect the tip and the ink tube with tape or something so it moves in unison if tip is cut. Thanks.
Found some links to green pens and the like, hope they inspire more instructables: <br>http://www.pilotpen.us/BeGreen.aspx <br>http://www.staedtler.com/Lumocolor_refill_stations
Very nice 'Ible. I wish that I could have thought of this...
Brilliant.<br>In my experience, the whiteboards are severely damaged by the solvent-based eraser sprays often used on them. <br>You've probably seen these off-white bottles. <br>To ensure the longevity of your whiteboards, use soap, water, and a cotton cloth.<br>When nobody is looking, throw the bottles in the trash in a room where they won't be retrieved.<br>
Wow, I never knew that! Thanks for the information <br>-blueblobbs

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