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Clear Paint Instantly Turns Any Surface Into A Whiteboard

Clear Paint Instantly Turns Any Surface Into A Whiteboard
Arts & Culture

Product transforms everyday areas into creative spaces that blend seamlessly into the environment.

Yi Chen
  • 22 may 2012


IdeaPaint recently launched a transparent paint called CLEAR that can coat any surface and color to turn it into a dry erase board. Materials such as wood, plastic, and concrete can be painted over with CLEAR and transformed into a creative space that can be written on with whiteboard markers.

CLEAR stars from $225 for a kit that covers around 50 square feet. The paint is virtually odorless, compliant with safety regulations, and comes with a 10-year warranty. Watch the video below to see how IdeaPaint’s CLEAR works:

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