First there was chalkboard paint. And magnetic paint. Now, the folks at Rust-Oleum have introduced a Dry Erase paint. We think this would be great in a child's bedroom, playroom or home office.
It's described as "a smooth, hard finish that creates a unique white writeable-erasable surface. Once dry, simply use any dry erase markers to draw or write messages and then erase! Application is easy and it has minimal odor making it safe to use indoors."
The paint can be used on a variety of surfaces including drywall, masonite, wood, cement and metal. There are two parts that just need to be mixed together before you get to work on the walls. The recommended drying time is two days.
We're not sure how far one kit, which costs about $20, will go. Has anyone out there tried this product?