Rustoleum Whiteboard Paint or Dry Erase Paint converts interior walls into whiteboard and enables you to write and erase on that! You can use any dry erase marker to write!! This innovative paint is suitable to use for drywalls, wood, cement, metal, masonite and more. Safety is most important thing when it comes to apply paint on interior walls. Therefore, Rustoleum manufactures this whiteboard paint with minimal odor which makes it safe for indoor use! If you are planning to design interiors of kidsâ€™ rooms, training institute, and offices you must have dry erase paint in your list.
Features of Rustoleum Dry Erase/Whiteboard Paint
- Economical â€“ 1 Kit Covers 45-55 Square Feet of Area.
- Easy to Use.
- Works on Drywall, Wood, Metal, And More.
- Any Dry Erase Marker Can Be Used.
Tips for Best Results: See the video to know how to apply it.
Best Practices to Use Rust-Oleum Dry Erase Whiteboard Paint
General Instructions to Use Dry Erase Whiteboard Paint
Surface Application: Surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of dirt, grease and oil. Remove all dirt, grease, oil, salt and chemical contaminants by washing the surface with detergent or other suitable cleaner. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water and allow to fully dry. Lightly sand the surface that is to be painted. Remove dust from sanding with a lint-free cloth.
Application: Apply only when air and surface temperatures are between 50-90ÂºF (10-32ÂºC) and the relative humidity is below 85% to ensure proper drying. If applying dry erase on a new piece of drywall, Masonite, cement, or wood, use a white latex primer first, following the manufacturer directions. A primer is not needed for existing drywall that is already painted or on metal surfaces. With painterâ€™s tape, tape around the area you wish to paint before beginning. Pour paint into a paint tray. Use a dense foam roller that is designed to give a smooth finish. For smaller surfaces, use a foam brush.
For best results, apply over a white or light colored surface with a minimum of 2 coats. When applying over darker surfaces, 3 coats are recommended. The surface dries to the touch in 1 hour. After 1 hour, remove painterâ€™s tape that was used to mask the area. Then allow the Dry Erase surface to cure for 3 days before applying any markings. Once fully cured, Dry Erase markers may be applied to the surface and then wiped off with an eraser or lint-free cloth. If after erasing, a hint a marking remains, simply use a dry erase cleaner or any other general household cleaner to remove marks. Do not use abrasive cleaners, pads, or cloths. Let surface dry before using dry erase markers again.
Properties of Rustoleum Dry Erase / Whiteboard Paint
|Pigment Type||Titanium Dioxide|
|Volatile Organic Compounds||<100 g="" l="" 0="" 83="" lbs="" gal="" td="">|
Recommended Dry Film
Thickness (DFT) Per Coat
Wet Film to Achieve DFT
|Mixing Ratio||8 ounces of Part A to 19 ounces of Part B|
|Pot Life||1 hour|
Dry Times at 70-80Â°F
(21-27Â°C) and 50% RH
1 hour to Touch
20-30 minutes to Re-Coat
3 days to Full Care
|Shelf Life||1 year|
|Flash Point||>102Â°F (39Â°C)|
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|