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Paint Makes Wall Surface Writable

Monday, November 16, 2015

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Rust-Oleum has introduced a clear gloss polyurea that the company says can be used over any painted surface to create a customized writable wall.

Write-On Paint is compatible with standard dry erase markers and cleaners and its low-odor formula makes it ideal for use in offices, conference rooms and schools, the company says. Rust-Oleum also says the product can be used on drywall, wood, cement, hardboard and metal substrates with priming recommended first for unpainted surfaces.

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Write-On Paint can be used over any painted surface for a customized writable wall, according to manufacturere Rust-Oleum.

Product features include what the company calls “burst-pouch” technology that allows mixing the product with making a mess.

Write-On Paint dries in four to eight hours and is ready for use in three days, according to Rust-Oleum.

Write-On Paint is available in a 16 ounce kit that covers 50 square feet and a 24 ounce kit that covers 100 square feet, the company says.

More information: www.rustoleum.com.

   

Tagged categories: Coatings; Low odor; Office Buildings; Paint; Schools

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