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IdeaPaint – super cool paint turns any smooth wall into a whiteboard


IdeaPaint is a single coat roller applied paint that turns any smooth surface into a dry-erase writing surface. How cool is that? Of course it’s great for idea merchants, but maybe not so hot for conscientious (read fussy) homemakers who may blanche at the idea of a living room full of little Jimmy’s scribbles. But at work it’s gotta be awesome for team brainstorming rooms. It costs $199.50 for a 50 sq foot kit.


 Use IdeaPaint to transform office walls, desks, and hallways into collaborative spaces. With IdeaPaint, work environments become areas of increased functionality that evoke creativity and impromptu teamwork and cultivate innovation by providing a dry-erase writing surface without seams, borders, or restrictions. IdeaPaint can be used in a myriad of ways including in open work areas, conference rooms, offices, hallways, and even on columns.


  • how is this $200 product superior to the $20 Rustoleum Dry erase paint that I can get at Home depot or amazon ?

    • Because it's more expensive of course. Silly. :)

    • Rustolijunk is nothing more than a higher gloss latex paint that has protection in case a young one dribbles on the wall. You will only be able to clean it a little better than normal paint. IDEAPAINT on the other hand is literally a liquified whiteboard.

      You get what you pay for.

  • Where do I bye dry erase paint??


      call this number and ask for Chris. He's a cool guy and he'll make sure you have all the info needed to make a good decision. 617.714.1050

  • This stuff does not ghost, the cheaper stuff looks terrible with regular use

  • No need for us Europeans to go abroad, there's an EU dealer for that stuff @ They even have it in a spray application..

  • are yiu sure SCRIBI and IdeaPaint is the same product? Seems like Scribi is developed by belgian company …

  • I’d like to know what the current state of your dry erase wall is, Tim L. I was doing my research and I found it to be inferior to DrawItpainT because they were the only company to guarantee the wipe, which I found to be the only guarantee needed for a whiteboard. (They also can be applied to any surface)

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