Coating Made for Dry Erase Utilization


To reflect the dynamic changes occurring in workplace design, coatings company Benjamin Moore has introduced Notable, a dry erase coating that can turn almost any surface into a dry erase board.

According to Benjamin Moore, Notable was designed for use in interior commercial or residential spaces such as office buildings, schools and universities, as well as homes. The coating can be used on painted walls, wood, glass, metal and laminate, as well as other surfaces.

Notable uses a two-component formula that does not yellow over time or leave erase marks, the company says. The dry erase coating is also CDPH v.1 emission certified and qualifies for CHPS and for LEED v4 low-emitting materials credit.

“Today’s work spaces have evolved to empower creativity and collaboration more than ever before and Notable Dry Erase Paint was specifically developed to meet the growing demands of the modern workplace,” said Mary Louise Rubin, Benjamin Moore Senior Brand Manager.

“With Notable, facility maintenance professionals and building managers can create more functional environments that enable ideation without compromising existing design elements in the space.”

Notable Dry Erase Paint is available in 50-, 100- and 200-square-foot kits, with the option for a classic whiteboard look or clear, which can turn any of the company’s other paints into a dry erase surface.

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