If you’re into whiteboards and their erasable markers, then you should learn about WhiteyPaint. Sure, weird name, but it’s an interesting solution for when no white boards are at hand. What WhiteyPaint does is similar to a gloss, just paint it in three layers over a surface and when it dries you can write on it. Seen below is a vivid example of how WhiteyPaint can be used creatively in a retail setting. Don’t worry, as it has other practical uses as well.
What’s cool about WhiteyPaint is that it’s a clear substance, meaning it isn’t just a case of painting surfaces white. It’s also applicable both indoors and outdoors. An important detail though: it takes 12 hours before a layer of WhiteyPaint dries and can be written on. So if you’re using a section of wall for that afternoon presentation the following day, better do the deed before you leave the office.
These days 30 square feet of WhiteyPaint goes for $75.
Ha! A video: