Conventional Whiteboards Made Better

The invention of white boards is now used across the world. This invention was made by Albert Stallion in the early 1960s. This version of the whiteboard need to be cleaned with a damp cloth. The markers at the time tended to leave marks behind even after the surface of the board was cleaned with a damp cloth.

At first, the whiteboards were very costly, due to the fact that they were made from enameled steel. Versions later on were then sold at a cheaper cost and were produced using laminated chipboard. However, the whiteboard pen was later invented by Jerry Woolf of Techform labs and was later patented by Pilot Pen in 1975.

In today’s modern world, technology has allowed us to go beyond our limits and explore unimaginable opportunities. Companies nowadays manufacture magnetic paint and claim to provide smarter surfaces white board paint. This paint can be used as a conventional whiteboard, but instead of dealing with the hassle of installing boards, this paint can help revamp a meeting room, home or class. Plus, you don’t need to worry about size restrictions.

It’s a one coat dry erase paint which helps transform any smooth surface into a Rewritable one, however before the application of this paint there are a few pointers you should follow:

  • Take accurate measurements of the wall you’re about to paint.
  • It is essential to prime the surface and ready it for the paint by using a water-based primer.
  • Make sure the surface is even, and doesn’t have cracks and holes. Those can often times create a problem when applying the dry erase wall.

In conclusion, gone are the days of scolding children for writing and drawing on walls or not being able to share ideas with coworkers because of the absence of a whiteboard. The whiteboard paint is capable of being dry erased, meaning you won’t be needing a damp cloth or be dealing with marker smudges or discoloring.