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IdeaPaint Transforms Any Surface into an Erasable Board

by Hazel Chua
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My sisters and I used to draw on any and every surface we found, much to the dismay of our parents. Some of our walls still bear evidence of our creativity, since no amount of soap or scrubbing could completely erase the marks we made.

One thing that will save your walls and keep the creativity flowing is IdeaPaint. It’s available as an opaque or clear coating that will add dry erase functionality to any surface. Paint it on your walls, on your desks, on chairs, and any other surface where you want to write, doodle, or draw to your heart’s content.

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It’s virtually odorless, too, so you don’t have to worry about airing rooms out after painting over your stuff.

IdeaPaint

A basic IdeaPaint CLEAR kit retails for $225(USD) and contains everything you need to start transforming up to 50 square feet of stuff into dry-erase surfaces, including a roller, stir stick, can opener, and wet paint sign.

[via BLTD]

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