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Writing on the walls with white-board paint

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Make your childhood dreams come true with the chance to scribble all over the walls. While it’s not quite crayons doodling on grandma’s floral wall-paper, a new product called IdeaPaintcan fulfill some of those wishes from the preschool days. IdeaPaint turns any paintable surface into a dry-erase board with just one coat and, voila, your entire office is transformed into a giant whiteboard.

So, do you think a huge writing surface would inspire creativity in your office or would those PR folks just doodle inappropriate things?

By Annie Colbert.

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  • Michael

    I’ve heard that they don’t erase very well. This seems to me like a serious problem, as I’m sure it’s very hard to paint over or "refresh"… Has anybody else heard (or better: experienced) anything different?

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