Writing on the Green IdeaPaint Wall


IdeaPaint says it has the most environmentally friendly dry-erase product on the market.  As you can see from these images, the product is applied to your choice of walls, and about seven days later, it’s ready to be used.  It’s just perfect for the brilliant, A Beautiful Mind types reading this.  If you work well with dry erase boards, give IdeaPaint a look.  The company claims green attributes in three main areas.


First, IdeaPaint is a relatively healthy product.  It’s formaldehyde-free and does not off-gas once it’s dry.

Second, IdeaPaint requires less energy to make because it’s stirred, whereas other dry-erase boards are baked and cured.

Third, IdeaPaint ships with less materials than other dry-erase products, and IdeaPaint doesn’t require the kind of raw materials used in typical dry-erase products (i.e., wood, steel, aluminum, vinyl, or resin).

[$] More about water-based IdeaPaint products.




Photo credits: IdeaPaint.

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  • http://www.merteninc.com robbieross

    Does this really works as a countertop finish? Pretty fun product!

    • http://www.jetsongreen.com Preston

      Looks like it does. The surface needs to be flat, but other than that, I’m not sure what it took to get this on a countertop.

  • http://mportlandhomes.com/ M Realty

    Interesting. I think I am going to coat my whole place in this before I have kids. That way when they marker up the wall (and that day comes for every parent), then it wont matter at all! :-)

  • Manon

    All links to idea paint do not work.

    • http://www.jetsongreen.com Preston

      It was the correct address as of about midnight last night. The site went down after we published this article. We’ll see if they’re doing an overhaul or something.

  • Name

    I know you said it is not supposed to off-gas but when I looked at their website I couldn’t find anything about it being low-VOC. Did anyone find that information somewhere?

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