|Item Weight||10.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 36 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||WPE0447|
|Assembled Height||24 inches|
|Assembled Width||36 inches|
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Wall Pops WPE0447 24-Inch by 36-Inch Peel and Stick Dry Erase Monthly Calendar Decal
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- Easy to install just peel and stick
- Functional dry erase decal
- Repositionable and always removable
- Safe for walls with no sticky residues
- WallPops dry erase marker included
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Whiteboard Dry-Erase Calendar Decal
Peel & Stick Dry-Erase Calendar Decal
The White Board dry-erase monthly calendar is clean, simple and very functional. Get organized in a classic fashion with this flawless white calendar wall decal. White Board Monthly Calendars are available in two sizes: 17 1/2 x 24 inch or 24 x 36 inch and include a WallPops Dry-Erase Marker White Board Monthly Calendars are repositionable and totally removable.
Choose from 2 Sizes
17 1/2 x 24 inch or 24 x 36 inch
WallPops! Marker Included
- Peel and stick
- Repositionable, and Always Removable
- Safe for Walls
- No sticky residue
- Quick, and Easy
- Completely Reusable - just change dates month to month
- Available in two sizes
- WallPops! Marker Included
Top Customer Reviews
I bought it because I sing with the local symphony chorus and 2 church choirs (one of which I direct), as well as being a cantor at one of those churches, and also take voice lessons. My husband is forever feeling like I "spring" rehearsals and lessons on him. Well, I decided I needed a calendar that I could write all the information on (proof is on the board that he had plenty of time to have already seen my schedule!). So, after looking at and reading reviews for a bunch of different calendar-type things on Amazon, I went with this one. I'm glad I did. It's huge and it serves its purpose. I have it on the wall where one hallways meets another in our house, and it's impossible to not see it as you walk down the hall in the morning, or throughout the day (the placement was my 3yo's idea, and I have repeatedly thanked him for his brilliance!).
The package comes with the calendar and 1 black (no name) dry-erase marker that has a little eraser on the cap, and a plastic holder with adhesive backing. This I stuck to the top of the calendar (who wants to ruin their walls with that stuff?), and it seems to be a great location to store it.
I repeatedly smoothed the calendar out on the wall, then lifted it all off when I realized it wasn't straight, so at least short-term it seems to lift off the wall with no problem.
To go with it, I bought this Expo Caddy + 4 Markers & Eraser: http://www.amazon.Read more ›
Our walls are textured, so I was worried my writing would be illegible or the calendar wouldn't stick to the wall. First, we wiped down the wall with a dry cloth, then rubbed a cloth in small circles over the whole calendar after sticking it to the wall to make it adhere better, and we haven't had any issues with it coming down. The writing isn't very wobbly, either, but a regular eraser doesn't work well because of the texture, so I'm using a sort of rough cloth for erasing. It's not a perfect setup, but for $20 I'm happy with the results. There's plenty of space for writing all my meals and snacks for a day, which is exactly what I wanted.
If you want to know more about how I'm using it for my rotation diet, I have a different colored marker for each day (day 1- blue, day 2- purple, day 3- pink), plus a different color (orange) for things I don't eat on a regular basis but that I'm adding in on a particular day, so that I make sure not to eat things from that food family within a few days of that day. For example, if I didn't normally eat broccoli but I was going to have it today then I'd write it on the calendar in orange to make sure I wouldn't accidentally eat cauliflower or cabbage (they're all in the same food family) the following couple days. If you follow a 4 day rotation diet then you'd do exactly the same thing, except adding in one extra color for day 4. I've only been using it the last few days so I'm still getting in the swing of it, but I can see how useful it is already.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have this on my blackboard and list important upcoming test dates and other important information related to school dates. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love it! It's perfect and its big! Exactly what I needed! I haven't used the adhesive side yet since I'm in a dorm (I just use pins) but I can't wait to stick it and see how well... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Victoria, 23
LOVE all of these dry erase peel and stick products. They are easy to move and perfect for organization in multiple environments.Published 9 days ago by Shelley Byington
I ordered this with hesitation as some people reviewed similar products and noted that it would have air bubbles, etc. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Cjp
We are not currently using this. I think we are too lazy and don't have the right wall spot for it. I probably should have bought the smaller size. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Bette Anne Elliott
Really convenient way to post up a calendar on a wall where info can change daily. The days are not big enough to where you can write multiple tasks per day but it does the trick... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jenn