Unlimited ideas - Resene Write-on Wall Paint
From the What's New archive - March 2010...
Let your ideas loose all over your walls with Resene Write-on Wall Paint.
Simply apply over your existing light coloured wall paint or if you’re looking for a colour change, apply your new colour then apply Resene Write-on Wall Paint over the top.
Once dry and cured you can use whiteboard markers to write all over the wall without damaging the surface. And when it’s time to delete an idea just grab a soft cloth or whiteboard eraser, rub out the marker and start again.
Unlike normal whiteboards, Resene Write-on Wall Paint is designed to work with your existing décor by allowing the colour of your walls to show through the clear finish. So you can have a Resene Tea coloured whiteboard, a Resene Spanish White one or any other light Resene colour that you desire by simply changing the colour of the wall prior to applying clear Resene Write-on Wall Paint.
Use it in your kitchen to write your reminders, in your office for your to do list, in your conference room to share ideas and in schools for brainstorming, art and more. With Resene Write-on Wall Paint there’s no limit to your ideas.
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