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Clear Paint Turns Any Wall Into A Dry Erase Board

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CLEAR is a clear paint from IdeaPaint that transforms any surface into a dry erase board. It even works on people! Kidding, I probably shouldn't be saying that. Enough paint to cover 50-square feet will set you back $225, which seems a little steep by Home Depot standards unless it's made with fairy wings and vampire dust. Still, think of the pranks you could play on your coworkers that have their offices coated in the stuff. Namely, coming into the office at night, painting over the clear paint with regular white, then coming in the next morning and making some small talk with them while drawing a giant peen mural.

Hit the jump for a video of a guy demoing the stuff on a door.

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  • I love this idea. I love to have it on my room’s wall. But I am not going to use it as pranks. I am going to use it to write reminders and inspiring quotes.

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  • Hugo

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    Dude, magnetic primer?! I would have a field day messing around with my nanodots and magnetic walls.

  • We have this in our meeting room. It works really well, and is very cool!

  • Guest

    There's no limit, the walls, the doors, the floors, and even the ceiling -- class will be a more interesting place with the dry erase pen.

  • BestSMS4U

    Its great. Now no need for white board as the wall paint can be used as white board at any time. great.
    It is the best solution.

    www.bestsms4u.com

  • Amanda Norris

    They did this on a wall in a building at the site where I work. So far it's mostly just a sketch of Garfield.

  • VERY useful

  • RareAwesomeman

    penis's everywhere

  • Blah

    Ya, you can buy that shit at Home Depot. Along with chalkboard, glow in the dark paint, and magnetic primer.

  • that's so awesome.

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