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Need to use whiteboard paint to make a dry-erase wall, no problem...
WritePaints™ Gloss White Dry-Erase Paint Kit can be used to create a Dry-Erase finish on any paintable surface.
The Kit comprises:
- Dry-Erase Paint
- A & B hardening sachets
- Fine Texture Roller and Handle
- Dry Erase Pens
- Cleaner Spray
WritePaints Dry-Erase Paint is a water-based low VOC paint for all interior walls. Simply add A & B hardener sachets to the paint before applying and then once painted allow to harden for 5 - 7 days.
WritePaint Dry-Erase Paint is writable by most water-based Pens (such as Artline Pens). For indoor use only. Use microfibre cloth with spray cleaner to remove pen marks.
Delivery in the UK is Free. For other Countries see Cart.
Applicable in classrooms, in the kitchen, in the nursery, virtually anywhere erasable Dry-Erase is desired.
Dry-erase pen marks are easily removed with a microfibre cloth and generic spray cleaner.
How to apply
- Apply to a clean wall surface. Ensure that the wall is smooth with no loose particles or bumps on the wall surface.
- Use paper tape to determine the location where you want to apply the paint.
- Use the clean wet towel to clean the wall and wait for the wall to dry.
- Open Group A and pour it into the pot provided. Then open Group B and pour it into Group A for mixing.
- Stir it for 3 - 5 minutes until texture is smooth.
- Fully soak the brush rolling it up and down, left and right, to make sure the coverage is even. Apply 2 - 3 coats to the wall for the first time, leaving 1/3 paint for the second application. Wait 2hrs before painting the remaining 1/3 paint to the wall.
- After completion, leave the wall 5 - 7 days to completely dry before using.
- Works with all high quality Dry-erase pens (such as Artline Markers) We recommend using water-based Dry-erase pens, watercolour, and water-soluble chalk to write on the surface.
- Clean with Dry-Erase spray and Microfibre cloth (such as Cleaning Kit)
- Regularly clean surface to keep in optimum condition.
- The substrate must be clean, dry and free of grease and smooth.
- Remove non-intact, poorly adhering and peeling layers. Sand surface and intact paint layers with 220 grit or equivalent abrasive paper or scuff pad. Irregular or very porous substrates should be treated first. Untreated wood, iron, non-ferrous (bare) metal, plastic etc. soils with a suitable primer.
- Theoretical coverage: max. 1.5 sqm./liter.