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The use of Gorilla Glass in markerboards demonstrates how highly engineered glass can deliver extraordinary benefits to everyday products. Gorilla Glass is a stain-resistant markerboard cover solution that holds up to routine use of dry erase and permanent markers without leaving unsightly blemishes. The light weight and durability of Gorilla Glass has enabled MooreCo to manufacture markerboards with reversible glass surfaces, a unique design option for consumers.
The impact and damage-resistance properties of Gorilla Glass allow for much thinner form factors without the "green hue" typically seen in thicker glass markerboards. The optical clarity of Gorilla Glass makes it a viable solution for MooreCo to manufacture boards with custom colors, designs, and projection backings.
"We see advanced glass as an essential material in enabling a world with enhanced communication tools.
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