Paint Makes Wall Surface Writable

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2015


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.

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: Asia Pacific; Coatings; Color + Design; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Interior Wall Coatings; Latin America; Low odor; North America; Office Buildings; Paint; Schools

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