I used this to cover a small, old dry erase board approx 24"X35". It took two of us to apply it and it did not stick well. Bubbles and creases appeared almost immediately. Waste of my hard earned money
By Lisa from , TX
Just Like Magic
The exterior door to my classroom became a usable and teachable space. I covered the inside with this and 'bingo!' I had a dry erase board where my students line up to exit the classroom. Announcements, reminders, exit slip questions, are all in sight of each student several times a day. The door was a disgusting shade of gray-brown and nothing would stick without removing layers of paint. The self-adhesive dry erase roll, stuck and has been in use for four years. Every two years, I remove the themed boarder and renew the entire door. I've even been complemented by my administration for efficient use of space. My students love the door, and often are allowed to write comments or questions on it. Where else will you get to write on a door? Clean it with dry erase cleaner every so often. This paper is Just Like Magic!
By Old Dog, New Tricks from , CA
quick, easy and durable
I'm a custom cabinet maker and I had the challenge of creating a large magnetic whiteboard backsplash for a built in desk. I could buy a ready made whiteboard for a hefty price but I wouldn't have been able to cut out areas for a plug and light switch. I applied this material to a large piece of pre-cut steel and framed it. Perfect! And much more sturdy and cleanable than using dry erase paint
By Bryan from Ontario, CA
About Me: High-end Shopper
I have used this in my classroom for several years on blackboards that I wanted to use as dry erase boards. Once it is securely in place it works quite well. After a time, the dry erase dust will get under the edge and lift it, but I was able to use it for 2 school years on a daily basis. It is a little difficult to hang and takes some time to do well, but is still worth it.
By jwl from , VA
About Me: Midrange Shopper
I have used this product for several years...this year I had to change classrooms and didn't want the hassle of trying to move it, plus buying a new roll meant a fresh start.I cannot stand using chalk, therefore cover my board with this adhesive dry erase material and wah-lah! It's easy and since it is 20 feet long, I cut it in half and have exactly what I need for my board. (It also makes for a great "screen" when using my projector.)