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IdeaPaint Turns Walls Into Wipeboards

IdeaPaint Lets Kids Write on Their Walls and Wipe It Off!

Go ahead, write on the walls! Is chalkboard paint becoming passé? Maybe. Turn the walls of your kiddo's room into a wipe board with this inventive paint that allows for doodling with dry erase markers. The scribble space can come in handy for solving homework problems, relaying messages, and unleashing creativity. And, you don't have to clean up piles of loose paper!

Available in nine neutral shades — white, light gray, off white, light beige, gray, light green — and a poppy orange color, the CR8 water based IdeaPaint covers 50 square feet of space for $175. The HOME variety (also water based) comes only in white and sells for $30 (for 6 square feet of coverage) and $60 (for 20 square feet of coverage).


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Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
I agree schnappy. I think I'll stick to the basic dry-erase board for now.
MissSushi MissSushi 5 years
eh, even the best behaved kid can get into ridiculous situations.. I painted, and talked my 3 younger siblings into, random pictures in house wall paint all over our 3 car length driveway becasue we were left alone with the wood we were supposed to paint on, paint, and paint brushes. If you give a child the means... Since dry erase markers are a pain, i think id stick to buying a board so it can be a marker only type thing.
schnappycat schnappycat 5 years
In theory, I love the idea of writeable walls. However, I do wonder if it sends a mixed message to younger kids who might think they can then write on ALL walls and not understand the difference. Probably not, but it crossed my mind!
babysugar babysugar 5 years
I love this idea! I foresee many adorably decorated playrooms with this!
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