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Fancy-fix Self-Adhesive Whiteborad Sticker Vinyl Peel and Stick Dry Erase Board White Wallpaper for Home Office 36 Inches by 48 Inches
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- Easy to apply, just peel and stick
- Transform walls into a functional dry erase canvas
- Ideal for home, office or classrooms, etc
- Cheaper and more durable than traditional dry erase board
- Available in 36-inch(width) by 48-inch(length) /roll, 3 Full-size Dry Erase Marker Included
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The tile need to be installed over very clean and sleek surface such as clean and sleek ceramic surface, glass surface, acrylic surface, melamine surface, stainless still furface, aluminium plate surface, etc.
Do not stick it on wall as:
- Dusty lime wall
- Accidented surface
- 3D bump wallpaper
- Rough wood surface
Tips for application:
1.Choose a totally smooth surface that is clean and free from dust and moisture. You may use a damp clothes clean thoroughly the applying smooth surface.
2.Peel off the backing paper from a corner, stick to desired surface, use a soft cloth to squeegee out air bubble when peeling off the paper.
3.We suggest to use our Fancy-fix dry erase marker.
NOTE: We provide a video to teach you how to stick it well, search Fancy-fix dry erase board on YouTube website
How to peel off the whiteboard:
If you want to remove the tile, you could use a hair dryer to warm up the adhesive and pull softly starting with the corners.Then use a cleaning product to remove the excess glue left by the peel and stick tiles.
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|Item Dimensions||—||1.4 x 17.5 x 0.5 in||6.25 x 18.5 x 6.25 in||24 x 36 x 0.1 in||34.6 x 47.6 x 1.4 in|
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I received my blackboard sticker today in the mail. It was well-packaged. It was promptly delivered, even considering the fact that I bought it with free shipping. I placed the order exactly one week ago, in the evening, and opted for the free shipping (5-8 business days).
The contact paper peeled off with ease. If you know what you are doing and are even the slightest bit careful, the product will not fold back over on itself or have bubbles when applied to the wall. I used an old gift card to scrape along the top and ensure that no bubbles were trapped underneath. I also used a level to make sure that it was straight.
As for the board itself, you can absolutely write on it with chalk, and the chalk provided (5 sticks) works like a charm. It writes on it just like it would on the chalkboards from elementary school. I was a bit skeptical about whether or not it would actually accept chalk when I unrolled it, because the surface doesn't seem like it would. But it does.
One last thing I think is important to note, for those who are curious about freshly-painted walls: I painted my walls last Sunday evening (it is Saturday, so that was 6 days ago). It stuck very well, and is not peeling off. I applied it about 5 hours ago.
If the product does start to peel, I will give an update to this review, but so far, so good! A+, 10/10, especially considering the price.
The only thing that saved this install was the fact that the plastic used shrinks when heat is applied. The initial install was literally unusable (large bubbles and creases that would reappear even when they were smoothed out. However, if you work the film from the top-middle out and downwards (pay close attention to make sure the top portion of the film stays level), you can heat-gun out the bubbles and creases, working them to an edge. For smaller bubbles, you can use a needle to prick the film and lightly/carefully heat gun over the bubble/prick. This allows the air to escape a small isolated spot that can't be worked towards an edge and shrinks the film, completely eliminating the bubble. The use of a heat gun also warms up the adhesive enough to get a good purchase. Getting this install right took over two hours.
If I had to do this again, I'd probably go with a white board paint treatment of some type.