The gist: We ordered an IDEA PAINT dry erase paint kit, and we're turning a considerable amount of our office wall-space into one big dry erase board. (We got the IDEA PAINT PRO KIT because I'm not f#!king around, but they also sell a less expensive, equally awesome version for home use.)
|Do I look like I'm f#!king around?!? Okay, maybe a little.|
Check out their website to get the low-down. Basically it's a four-step process:
1.) Prime the wall.
2.) Lightly sand the wall.
3.) Paint the wall with IDEA paint.
4.) Wait a week for it to cure, and then go to town.
So far, step #4 is proving to be the most challenging. Waiting is not my strongest skill. Some of you may know this.
|Luckily IDEA Paint provided me with this sizable reminder,|
so every time I'm tempted to start drawing on the walls, I'll PUT DOWN THE MARKER.
We painted both sides of the office door too, so we can leave messages to ourselves (don't forget your keys!) as well as leave messages for our new office suite-mates (did you take my toilet paper!?!?)
Loving every minute of it! Thanks IDEA PAINT!!