You’ve installed beautiful dry erase walls to enhance your workplace and give your associates a place to collaborate and come up with new ideas. Over time, a few scratches start to appear, ruining the functionality of the whiteboard paint.
One of the most common questions we get about ThinkPaint pertains to how it works. For those who have never before seen whiteboard paint in action, it's an astounding product – but how exactly are we able to coat any surface in a paint that near-instantly turns it into a smooth, dry erase surface?
A common question about dry erase paint is about its longevity. How long, exactly, does dry erase paint last? The answer depends on a number of factors. Not only does proper installation have a significant impact on the effectiveness of your dry erase paint over time, but the brand you choose and the way it is treated after installation will impact longevity.
Dry erase paint offers a one-of-a-kind experience in the office – a completely blank slate that can be used for creative brainstorm, stream of conscious doodling, or a bit of downtime fun. It's good for morale, increases interactivity during meetings, and makes a big impact not only on visitors, but potential recruits.
But it's also a relatively new development and the science behind dry erase paint means that installation needs to be done carefully. Poor installation can result in uneven surfaces, trapped ink, quick erosion, or worse. While a whiteboard wall can be a fantastic addition to your office, mistakes when installing dry erase paint can render it all but useless.