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Glass Whiteboards and Neodymium Magnets

Whether you’ve just purchased a magnetic glass board, or are considering one based on the rising trend, you may be wondering which magnets are best to accompany your latest investment.

Glass boards are made magnetic by adding a layer of steel sheet-metal behind the glass. The caveat to this long-lasting, aesthetically-pleasing board is that the thickness of the glass changes the performance of the magnets you choose. 

Refer to the chart below to see our top recommended magnets to best fit your needs:

1/4 x 9x16 Inch Disc Magnets N52 5/16 x 5/16 Inch Cylinder Magnets N48 1/2 x 1/8 Inch Disc Magnets N52 1/2 x 1/4 Inch Disc Magnets N52
Handling Ease 5/5 5/5 4/5 4/5
Strength Perfect for:
- Photos
- Small notes
- 2 pieces of paper
Perfect for:
- Cardstock
- 3 pieces of paper
Perfect for:
- Cardstock
- 5 pieces of paper
Perfect for:
- 2 pieces of cardstock
- 7 pieces of paper

Additional Tips:

  • Only slide magnets across the surface with a piece of paper underneath, as magnets may scratch the surface of your board.
  • The stronger the magnet, the stronger the pull. Be careful to not drop magnets onto the board’s surface as it may damage the surface or the magnet.
  • This is not a comprehensive list of all the magnets you could choose from. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

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