HOMES IDEAS: The writing's on the wall with dry erase paint

I love coming across new products in the world of painting. 

Recently, I came upon a new product called Notable from Benjamin Moore.

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Notable is a dry erase paint that transforms any paint colour on a wall into a dry erase board. If you are a teacher or interior designer, this product may be perfect for you.

Notable dry erase paint enhances painting projects and converts walls of all sizes into creative areas.

Whether you choose to use it for residential purposes or commercial spaces, Notable is a wonderful way to transform ordinary wall spaces into something special.

The kit comes with two components and requires a seven-day cure time.

It can be used on most surfaces, such as wood, glass, metal and laminate. It can also be used on most painted surfaces.

You can choose from the classic whiteboard look in Notable White or try Notable Clear that will transform any new or existing Benjamin Moore colour into a dry erase surface.

I really like this product because it is easy to erase and over time it will not yellow, crack or peel away.

Residential uses include home offices; kids play areas, kitchens and furnished basements.

It’s also fantastic for commercial uses such as employee boards in hotels and restaurants.

Dry erase paint is probably one of the most versatile products on the market and its possibilities within universities and schools are endless.

The price tag is a little hefty but well worth it.

So grab your dry erase marker and get creative. Find it at most Benjamin Moore paint supply stores.

Barb Lunter is a freelance writer with a passion for home decor, entertaining and floral design. She also runs Blu Dog Staging & Redesign.

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