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« on: June 01, 2004 09:51:55 AM »

Hi Gang!

I have been a lurker for some time now, but now I'm coming out! I used to go to epinions.com to get consumer product opinions, but I am starting to think that people who work for certain companies (brands) post positive comments on products that are worthless! So I turn to you because I trust you!  Grin

I wonder if anyone has bought this blackboard paint before that you just spray or brush onto wood or most other surfaces and let dry and you have an instant chalkboard? I would like to know if it "really" works well, how it takes normal chalk and any other opinions you have. I have seen it at most craft stores (Michaels and Dick Blick for sure) and I figured Krylon's would be the brand to get (only because I am familiar with them) but please let me know if you have any suggestions or opinions.

Thanks so much - You guys are great!
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« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2004 09:55:14 AM »

They also have the paint at walmart for fairly inexpensive.  they also just came out with magnetic paint, so my idea is to paint the magnetic paint under the chalkboard paint, so i can have a nice magnetic chalkboard.  i think it works the best when you put quite a few layers on.
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