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...
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.