Great idea!

Ok, so we aren’t in the chalkboard business – but we couldn’t help but share this one. This is a great idea that would work well for dry erase paint as well. We really like the creative application; having the surface surrounding the doorway and providing a large surface composed of several distinct areas is great!

Chalkboard Surface

A large part of getting the most out of your dry erase surface painted surface is getting the location right. This is important for both use and aesthetics. Putting your surface up in a high traffic area where it is constantly seen can be a real benefit – and having it by a door can just come in handy!

As we come across great ideas like this one, we’ll share them here – let us know if you come across any great ideas for dry erase surfaces!

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  1. Joice

    I use this dry erase board in my dorm to keep track of all the events going on on cpmuas. The only issue I have is that the calendar is very small. I can only fit about 10 words in each box. So far there haven’t been any erasing issues. The board does come with its own marker but I suggest going out and buying some fine point dry erase markers if you think you’ll need to write a lot. Also the week on this calendar starts on monday instead of sunday which took some time getting used too. Overall a good product. Just wish it were bigger but I guess you get what you pay for

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