How do I erase my Asoki Planner pages? How often?

Have to change an appointment, or edit a plan? No problem! You can erase pages as often as you like. The quicker you erase after writing, the easier.
Depending on the type of pen you used, there are different ways of erasing your pages:
1. Dry erase pens
2. Wet erase pens
3. General tips at the bottom

  1. Dry erase pens

Black, blue, green, and red pens:
Erase small sections using the eraser on the back of the pens, or larger amounts with the spray and wipe.

How to erase with erasable pens
The Asoki Planner is a slightly wider than A5 erasable whiteboard notebook including wipe and spray bottle

If the ink has been on the page for a long time then we recommend using the textured wipe and magic sponge from the Erase Kit.

First spray the page then put pressure on the magic sponge to dissolve the ink and finallhy wipe away the liquid with your black cloth


2. Wet erase pens

Orange, yellow and purple pens:
Can only be erased with a damp cloth. The ink dissolves in the liquid so there will be a coloured smudge for you to wipe away. Add more drops of liquid if needed. It is best to use these pens only for short-term notes which you erase at the end of the day. Be extra careful not to touch the ink with your hands, as unlike the dry erase pens, the wet erase pens are not smudge-proof.

3. General tips

Erase entire pages with the Asoki planner cloth and a few drops of water. Alternatively, you can use window or mirror cleaning spray, or a mixture of rubbing alcohol with water, as well as our Apple & Mint concentrated spray from the Erase Kit.

Erasing pages gets more difficult over time as the ink sets in. Try and make sure to erase pages regularly – if you want to keep your notes, scan them with your phone using apps such as Adobe Scan, Evernote or Dropbox.

After erasing, there may be spots of ink left on the pages, clean with a wet wipe. The blue and green pens may leave a light smudge on the Asoki pages.