Mark Up a Wall - White Board Paint

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  1. janlee

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    Jul 18, 2007

    I read in today's paper that Rust-Oleum has a new Dry Erase Paint. It is a two part process that you mix together and it produces a white surface that can be written or drawn on with dry-erase markers. It can be applied to interior surfaces, incuding drywall, Masonite, wood, concrete, and metal. Sold at Lowe's and is coming to Home Depot. It says it makes enough paint to cover about 7 feet by 7 feet and costs about $24.
     
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  3. born2teach84

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    I saw this at HD and wanted to try it. I think the one I saw was in paint can though...not sure. I bought the chalk paint to paint the back of a bookshelf....
     
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    Cool!!! I wonder how mad my school would be?? I know Melissa Forney said at one of her workshops that they make magnetic paint. If your school is repainting you can put the magnetic paint on and then they can paint over and it stays magnetic.
     
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    I saw that paint as well. I thought about painting the book shelf with that as well so they can use the letters. :)
     

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