Nothing is worse than starting a project only to realize that you aren’t as prepared as you thought you were. Being unprepared for a big installation can potentially cost you money that you hadn’t budgeted for the project.
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.