There was a time when parents cringed upon discovering their children with crayons or markers in hand, standing proudly next to their latest art project on the living room wall. Those days are long gone, thanks to the introduction of dry erase paint that’s now readily available.
And it’s not just homeowners who are happy: corporate executives have traded their fixed whiteboards of old for entire wall surfaces coated with dry erase paint to encourage creativity and collaboration with greater ease (and surface area) than ever before. Such was the case at PayPal when they chose IdeaPaint for their offices to help employees visualize and share new ideas.
The beauty of products like IdeaPaint is that they can transform virtually any surface into a writable dry-erase canvas. The benefit of IdeaPaint —which comes in several color options (including clear, as shown above) — is that it’s not only easy to apply and ready to use in four days, but it also contains low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are detrimental to human health.
So tell your employees (or your family) to grab a marker and get to writing and drawing.