Which Dry Erase Paint is best? That is what we are going to explore.
There are a few time tested products on the market today, and they fall into two categories: the ones you mix, and the ones ready to use. Then there is their warranty.
In the ones you mix, there is an "A" component and a "B" component (sometimes a "C", "D", and "E"). Once the components are added together, they are thoroughly mixed, and the chemical reaction starts. Also, the clock starts. Each of these 2+ component products have a "pot life", which basically means that this is the time to get the product from the paint tray onto the wall. Whether on your wall or in the roller pan, the product will set up when the pot-life clock stops. It may look ok, but applying after the pot-life clock stops may be performance problematic.
Also with 2+ component products, the ratio needs to be accurate. The entire content from one container (Part "A:") needs to be poured into the other container (Part...
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More and more businesses are realizing how beneficial it is to encourage employees to release their inner creativity, and one of the easiest and most affordable ways to do this is to incorporate the use of dry erase walls in individual offices as well as communal areas like boardrooms. Here are a few reasons why dry erase paint for business is such a great idea.
With a standard 4’ x 6’ dry erase board costing as much as $200, it’s no surprise that more businesses are opting to use dry erase paint for business purposes instead. Purchasing enough of this paint to cover a 50 sq. ft. area will cost as little as $150 to $200. However, in many instances, this purchase will enable an entire office wall to be painted and used as a dry erase surface instead of just a limited-sized board. This will provide a lot more space to make notes or even draw mind maps are large enough for everyone to see during meetings.
When the time comes to paint the walls in a brand new home or office space, most people simply opt for a regular paint in a traditional color, apply it to the walls and repeat the process in a few years’ time. However, more and more architects have realized how beneficial it can be to incorporate the use of dry erase paint into their creative real estate design projects. Here are five areas of homes or offices that can benefit greatly from this product.
Whoever is responsible for the grocery shopping in a home will rely on a notepad attached to the refrigerator door with a magnet to remind them of what needs to be purchased, while numerous recipe books take up valuable counter space. Using dry erase wall paint on at least one wall in a kitchen will provide more than enough space to compile shopping lists, list a few often-used recipes or even provide an ideal spot for keeping track of a busy day-to-day family schedule.
When people hear the words “staff meeting” or “let’s discuss this in the boardroom,” images of stuffy, boring and seemingly endless meetings plagued by PowerPoint presentations and flip charts tend to come to mind. However, switching these traditional forms of information sharing with something like a full-sized dry erase paint wall could make all the difference between having employees nodding off in the back row or taking part in the next meeting.
Bring the Fun Back Into Business Meetings
Instead of having everyone sit through long-winded meetings that display endless presentations on projector screens, why not cover one surface of the office, boardroom or any other room where gatherings are held, with dry erase paint instead? Once everyone is gathered for the next meeting, hand out a few sets of dry erase markers and let each employee list ideas, thoughts or company goals on a spot of the wall? Once everyone is done listing ideas and suggestions, consider having a quick vote to se...
Although many companies and individuals use dry erase boards in homes and business meetings, the size of an average board can be somewhat prohibitive at times. However, a newcomer to the block now enables anyone to paint a section or even an entire wall or office with what is known as dry erase paint. Owing to the fact that this product is completely different to regular paint, here are a few handy tips to help ensure that you apply it correctly.
Before applying dry erase paint to any surface, ensure that it is clean and completely dry. This product can be used on surfaces that have been previously coated with top-coat latex or oil-based paint, provided that it is smooth, dry and already cured. Un-primed surfaces will need to have primer applied, which will need to dry before applying the dry erase paint. It is usually recommended to sand the surface with 80 grit sandpaper and then removing the dust residue before starting to apply the first coat of this paint. Once t...
While a great many classrooms utilize a sort of “white board” to make visual learning easier for the students, the use of dry erase paint that everyone can use even more helpful in increasing student engagement. Dry erase paint can be used (and has been used) to provide space for any kind of creativity, imagination, and the coming together of ideas. In a classroom setting, it can be used to its maximum capacity for creative, visual, and maybe most importantly fun learning.
How Does it Work?
Dry erase paint works similarly to any other paint job. Expressions dry erase paint comes in 1 single unit and can be applied by teachers, school faculty, or professional installers. Once poured, the paint needs to be applied within an hour, and then given several days to cure. If instructions are not followed correctly, the paint will not work. If it does, however, the surface that has been painted on will be essentially transformed into a dry wall, which means that any white board markers a...
Dry erase paint refers to a special kind of painting that can be applied to most surfaces and, once dried and cured, can support dry erase markers in the same way a whiteboard can. There are a great many uses for this material that make it a great choice for the average office.
1. Conference Room Collaboration
With as many walls and surfaces painted with the paint as is necessary (or possible), any conference room or meeting hall becomes a place to exchange ideas in an entirely new way. Although it may sound somewhat childish at first
– “just draw on everything” – this can actually be a really helpful way for everyone’s ideas to become visualized properly and considered more heavily. It also could potentially be a good bit of fun to offset a serious meeting.
2. The Most Simple Message Board There Is
There’s no need to have a single corkboard anywhere in the office, because anyone’s door, cubicle, wall, or desk can be turned into an impossible-to-miss center for schedules, minutes,...