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Rust-Oleum 241140 Dry Erase Brush-On Kit, White

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  • Easy to use two part water based system
  • Roll on application
  • Minimal odor
  • Compatible with any dry erase markers and erasers
  • Ideal for dry wall, metal, masonite, cement, wood and more
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Rust-Oleum 241140 Dry Erase Brush-On Kit, White + Rust-Oleum 247596 Magnetic Primer + Rust-Oleum 206540 Chalkboard Brush-On, Black, 30-Ounce
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 241140
Item Weight2.5 pounds
Product Dimensions4.2 x 4.2 x 7.8 inches
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Item model number241140
SizeTwin
ColorGloss
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000PGBCOC
Best Sellers Rank #5,837 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableMay 31, 2007
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Dry Erase creates a unique writeable-erasable surface for walls, doors, cabinet doors, message centers, menu boards, toy chests, easels, and craft projects. Customize dry erase surface into any unique shape or place in office or home. Only paint of its kind that creates a true writable-erasable finish.

Product Description

Rust-Oleum Specialty, QT, White, Dry Erase Brush On Paint, Turns Almost Any Surface Into A Dry Erase Board, Can Be Applied To Wood, Metal, Masonry, Drywall, Plaster, Concrete, Hardboard, Low Odor, Soap & Water Clean Up, Covers 49 SQFT.

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Customer Reviews

The up side is that the paint was pretty tolerant of me picking off or wiping off with a wet cloth the clumps.
jamespf
Also for those comments that were Bold enough to state that people " didn't read the directions" are not understanding read the directions and followed them exactly.
maypick
After the primer had a day to cure, I applied 3 coats of Rustoleum Dry Erase paint, following the instructions down to the letter.
Nick

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513 of 519 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on July 14, 2010
I bought one of these kits for my office, applied it as directed, and waited 2 days before marking on it. The mark wouldn't come off. After reading others' experiences, here and elsewhere, I started to get really nervous. It wasn't until I called the Rustoleum helpdesk that I found out what the problem was--the kit was old.

These Dry-Erase kits have a shelf-life of 2 years. Anything over that, and the paint won't mix properly. There's no way to check the date on the box, but there's a code on the bottom of the cans that can help you figure out how long your kit has been on the shelf. (The cans are stamped with a code that begins with a letter and a number; the number corresponds with the year in which it was packaged. For example, T9 or P0 would be 2009 and 2010 respectively.) For this reason, I wouldn't recommend buying this product online. Find it in a store and check the cans.

Another way to tell if the paint is old is to check its consistency. This is an epoxy, so it won't be as smooth as a latex-based paint. However, your paint stick should go through to the bottom cleanly. If there's an inch of gunk at the bottom, it's been sitting around a long, long time.

If you've gotten an old kit (and still have your receipt), you can contact Rustoleum (800-323-3584) for a hassle-free full refund. You can also remove the paint by using an epoxy stripper like Jasco Spray Paint Remover or Peel Away.

Now, for the good news. These kits--if you can find one that isn't archaic--work remarkably well.
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246 of 254 people found the following review helpful By Canyon on April 17, 2011
So I was reluctant to buy this stuff after all the negative reviews online, but ultimately I decided to go for it and I'm happy to report that it works perfectly. In fact it works better than perfectly. So why all the negative reviews? My guess is that people didn't bother to read the instructions or just whipped through the process as quickly as they could. So, for all of you who want this to turn out great, here's what I did:

1. I was painting over already white walls. I started by lightly sanding over the paint, just to make it a little smoother and get rid of any gunk that had piled up over the year and a half since the paint was applied. After, I lightly went over the area with a dry dish rag to wipe off any dust from the sanding.

2. I painted over the areas with latex primer. Behr Enamel Undercoater Primer and Sealer is what I used. One coat. I used a STANDARD roller for this. I let it dry overnight.

3. The next day, I painted on the whiteboard paint with a FOAM roller! This is going to make all the difference. No running. No spillage. I waited 30 minutes between coats and did three coats. The box says it covers a 7x7ft area, however I painted a 5x5 area and a 2x2 area with three coats each and still had over half the can left over, which unfortunately I had to throw away at the end of the process because the paint is only good for two hours after the two cans are mixed together.

4. WAIT! The box says wait 2 days. I went to Vegas for five. Painted it early Monday afternoon and tested it Saturday morning when I got back. Worked JUST like a dry erase board. I used EXPO BOLD COLOR ORIGINAL INK pens (apparently people have had problems with the low odor) and all four colors (black, blue, red, green) work perfectly.
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86 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Sharon11675 on December 30, 2013
After reading the reviews of this product I was terrified to use it, but really wanted a dry erase wall. So I called the Rust-Oleum customer service line and asked them a number of questions based on the reviews I'd read on Amazon. Here's what I learned to make this product work successfully.

1. The number one reason for product failure is expired product. End of story. This paint is only good for one year from date of manufacture. To determine the manufacturing date, look at the number printed on the bottom of the large can. Let's say it says 83219R. The representative told me to disregard the first and last digits and look at those in the middle. This paint would have been manufactured on February 19, 2013 (year is first, then month, then date). If it's more than a year from manufacture return it because it will fail. I realize this contradicts another excellent review that said to look at the last digit on the bottom of the can. It's possible that Rust-Oleum changed their numbering system and may do so again. When in doubt, call. I also would not purchase this product online because you can't personally check the cans (sorry, Amazon). The first cans I bought at Home Depot were indeed expired and when I exchanged them for newer product Home Depot put my expired cans back on the shelf and pretty much ignored what I said. So some other poor sap is going to have a dry erase wall from hell. I would suggest checking every can before purchase, period. You can hold a summoning and bring Michelangelo himself back from the dead to paint your wall, but if the product is expired it will suck regardless of who puts it on.

2. The second reason for failure is using the product too long after mixing. It's only good for 60 minutes after mixing the two cans. Period.
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