Turn almost any flat surface at home into a usable writing surface with dry erase paint.
Chalkboards are a current trend in decorating. Are dry erase boards just around the corner? That’s a possibility with IdeaPaint, a dry erase paint. According to the website, this specialty surface paint is virtually odorless and easy to apply with a roller. There also is a spray application, which is said to create a stronger surface. Standard colors are white and black, but the clear option can be applied over any paint color. One quirk of this paint is the time it takes to cure — 4-7 days before using — but the anticipation of drawing with colorful markers makes it worth the wait.
I naturally think of using dry erase paint for a child’s room wall. Yet many people are wonderful artists and there’s no reason a wall in any room could not also be a creative canvas.
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