To keep your pages working like new for years to come, there are a few best practices that are always great to keep in mind, check them out below.
Note: The following applies to all reusable Rocketbook notebooks with the exception of the Rocketbook Wave. Do not clean your Rocketbook Wave with these methods, instead, use the instructions described in this article.
Erase Using Water and a Microfiber Towel Only
When it's time to clean your Rocketbook pages, we suggest that you use the microfiber towel that comes packaged with each Rocketbook notebook product. We recommend erasing one page at a time and doing the following:
- Wet one corner of the towel with a couple drops of warm water- not a lot of water is needed!
- Wipe down the entire page of the notebook
- Use the dry portion of the towel to remove excess moisture from the page
- Move on to the next page
Using a spray bottle to mist the page with water for cleaning is also a great option to speed up the cleaning process.
Don't forget to check out our general Rocketbook page cleaning help content, too!
Clean Your Pages Regularly
Best practice is to wipe your pages clean every month or so. However, in some cases, due to template designs or your own specific use cases, it's expected that certain pages will be cleaned a bit less often than that.
For most cases, some hot water and a good thorough cleaning with the provided microfiber cloth should take most of it up. Additionally, it's worth noting that any staining that might occur will not affect writing, so you can continue to use that section for years to come.
Don't Use the Pen's Built-in Eraser
We really do not recommend using the Pilot FriXion pen's eraser, as it can scratch off the coating of the page if used aggressively. However, it's inevitable that the eraser will be used (it is attached to the pen after all!), so please use gently if you do so.
Avoid Contact with Oils, Lotions or Solvents
Contact with any oils, lotions and some solvents such as those found in pre moistened wipes, etc. may leave behind a film on your pages that will make future writing difficult.
Once again, hot water is your friend here, and for most cases, all you'll need is a good, thorough cleaning with the provided microfiber cloth to remove leftover film.
If for any reason you need to disinfect your Rocketbook notebook, please also check our tips for Rocketbook use in a Cleanroom environment.
Avoid Contact with Adhesives
Putting any adhesives (Post-it notes being a common culprit here) on your Rocketbook pages is typically not a good idea. What tends to happen is that those adhesives, once removed, can leave a residue which will be difficult to remove, and may ultimately damage the pages of your notebook.
Invest in a Rocketbook Capsule
Half shameless product plug, half helpful tip. The Rocketbook Capsule gives your Rocketbook notebook the protection it deserves. The Capsule is equipped with a metal clasp, pen dock and inside pockets to hold all of your Rocketbook supplies. It's been designed to be lightweight, sleek, and durable all to shield and protect your notebook from any possible damage.
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