I’m Writing On My Walls!

Why? Because I can! I just ordered one of the best products I’ve heard of in recent years – IdeaPaint. You just paint it on , and you can start writing on it. Sweet! I’ll take pictures once I’ve painted my office, but here is a pic for inspiration. Follow them on Twitter @ideapaint and order online at ideapaint.com

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15 thoughts on “I’m Writing On My Walls!

  1. Oh, the dry erase paint, I thought about buying some of that, but I don’t have a wall to paint. I actually saw the paint product made by Markee which is suppose to be good. Needs a smooth surface though.

  2. Shame you don’t have a wall to paint. I was going to buy a few big white boards, but this works out to be cheaper, and I don’t have to hang it on the wall πŸ˜‰ I’ll let you know how it works out! (Oh, and my walls are slightly textured, so this better work!)

  3. Sonya:
    That’s my problem – the walls in the rooms in my office are textured. So I’m not sure it’ll do very well. I LOVE the idea. Let me know how it works on your textured walls.
    @parnellk63

  4. IdeaPaint lets you buy by the square foot. I bought 50sft worth – my husband may use the rest of it. I’ll see how it goes. I might just end up putting some spackle down to smooth out the wall before I paint it on… I’m the guinea pig I guess πŸ™‚

    • Paulinka says:

      So how did the project go on your textured wall? I want to do it on my, but I don’t want to go though spackling it smooth. It has a plaster texture and it would take ages..

      Let us know.

      • ahh .. well nice office who’s ever it is! πŸ˜‰
        Doing great, thanks. Just can’t wait to see the sun again … first east-cost winter in 3 years so I forgot how tough Feb. can be. So I’m taking it as an excuse to book a trip in the Caribbeans! πŸ˜‰

      • Aahhh – east coast winter. Where do you live? Did you get stuck in the snow storms in the DC area?
        We just moved from DC to VA Beach last year, and am so NOT missing the snow πŸ˜€
        Caribbean? Nice!

  5. Dennis E. Wooldridge says:

    I’ve used this product. It is great, but…keep the following in mind:
    1. Walls must be FLAT. I sanded mine down like crazy and still have a rough surface. It works but is rough.
    2. The odor is very strong. I had to sleep in a hotel the first night. It was bearable for the next six days (drying time is a week).

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