Whiteboard spray paint

Cheap(er) Whiteboard Walls  August 5, 2011 – 01:26 pm
The White Part of the Whiteboard

We have a big-ass whiteboard in the Toolmonger office, and it’s often a centerpiece for creative work. There’s nothing nicer than having lots of space to spread out a group’s ideas and kick them around visually. So when it comes to whiteboards, bigger is indeed better. But what if you want to turn an entire wall into a whiteboard? Sure, people have been doing this for a while now, but it’s been more the sort of thing you’d see a startup blow VC money on than something you could do at home or in a small business environment. Thankfully, that’s changed.

We found a couple of pretty good-looking options, which we present here from the most expensive to the least.

Stick-On Whiteboards

The high-buck whiteboard variants we mentioned at the top of this post are porcelain-coated metal sheets, and they’re the best. Not only is the porcelain durable as hell, but the magnetic backings are also ferrous, allowing you to stick stuff to the boards with magnets. But if you’re willing to forego the magnetic bit, we found some much more cost-effective stick-on solutions. WhiteyBoard, for example, offers a peel-and-stick variant that’s thick enough to smooth out rough wall surfaces, yet significantly cheaper than hard panels. $80 gets you a 4′ x 6′ sheet, which they claim not only doesn’t damage walls, but is removable and reusable. Tack on another $50 and you can have the same thing in a 4′ x 10′ variant. They call this their in a whole bunch of different sizes and prices as well.

Source: Toolmonger

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  • Avatar mattstati I'm looking for a glossy spray paint to make a white board?
    Apr 06, 2011 by mattstati | Posted in Painting

    I m looking for a clear, transparent glossy finish spray that I could use to spray on a board that is white (the board is not a white board ). I want the spray to make the surface of the board easy to erase. In other words, I want a spray that will allow me to make a whiteboard. I don t want to use ideapaint, wy too expensive. I m thinking something from the hardware store might do the trick?

    • Not sure what your board is made from but you could try one of these. Paint: "RUST-OLEUM" alternative - whiteboard paper: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=350449530614&hlp=false&rvr_id=223481680139&crlp=1_263602_304652&UA=%3F*S%3F&GUID=d2defc8b12d0a040b1e354a3ff4cc7c2&itemid=350449530614&ff4=263602_304652

  • Avatar Palomon Is acrylic or enamel paint better for use on plexiglas?
    May 19, 2010 by Palomon | Posted in Painting

    I am going to be paint a piece of plexiglas and I want to know if it is better to paint it with enamel spray paint or acrylic paint in my air gun. Just so people know, I know it will be best to score the plexiglas with sandpaper first, but what I m making is a custom-made whiteboard by painting the back white with words underneath, so I won t want to score it or the words won t show. Any advice is appreciated!

    • That s a difficult one instinctively I d choose the enamel spray paint over the acrylic as I wouldn t expect the acrylic to be strong enough to stick to the plexiglas, it will probably flake or be easily rubbed away. Enamel, especially gloss, tends to be more durable with more of an adhesive quality which should bond better with the plexiglas.

  • Avatar What type of coating will best imitate a whiteboard for dry-erase markers?
    Nov 08, 2010 by | Posted in Drawing & Illustration

    I bought a showerboard hoping that it would be a cheap replica of a whiteboard, but the marker doesn t erase properly. I want to know if something like clear-coat, or spray paint sealant, or varnish or lacquer will work as a coating for dry-erase markers. The more details the better!

    • Eric have you ever heard of Opti-Rite® dry erase wall coverings? OptiMA Inc. offers a product called Opti-Rite® Easy thats awesome. It s a really easy to use, peel-n-stick, dry erase surface that comes in a roll and it s sold by the foot. There is a 6 minimum but it s really cheap considering how good of a dry erase surface it has. Here is a link:Luck The Whiteboard Guy Me : )