Transform almost any surface into a dry-erase board with this high-performance paint from Benjamin Moore

by Brianna Crandall — October 9, 2017 — Benjamin Moore, the North American paint, color and coatings brand, recently introduced Notable Dry Erase Paint — a premium dry-erase coating that facilities managers (FMs) can use to quickly transform almost any surface into a dry-erase board.

Carton of dry-erase paint

Notable Dry Erase Paint offers easy application and extended pot life; it is easy to erase and won’t yellow over time or leave ghosting marks after erasing.

Notable is made with a two-component, user-friendly formula that is easy to erase and will not yellow over time or leave ghosting marks after erasing, says the company. Notable is said to deliver premium performance, easy application and extended pot life, allowing more time to paint multiple or larger spaces.

Mary Louise Rubin, Benjamin Moore senior brand manager, remarked:

Today’s work spaces have evolved to empower creativity and collaboration more than ever before and Notable Dry Erase Paint was specifically developed to meet the growing demands of the modern workplace. With Notable, facility maintenance professionals and building managers can create more functional environments that enable ideation without compromising existing design elements in the space.

Notable is recommended for professional use in interior commercial or residential spaces such as office buildings, schools and universities, homes and more. Suitable for use on a variety of surfaces including painted walls, wood, glass, metal and laminate, Notable can be applied to almost any surface to enable people to capture and share their ideas and innovate.

The proprietary, two-component formula is CDPH v.1 emission certified and qualifies for CHPS and for LEED v4 low-emitting materials credit, notes Benjamin Moore.

Notable Dry Erase Paint is available in 50-, 100- and 200-square foot kits in white for a classic whiteboard look, or in clear to transform any of the 3,500+ Benjamin Moore colors into a dry-erase surface.

To learn more about Notable or to locate the nearest of more than 5,000 locally owned and operated Benjamin Moore paint and decorating retailers, visit the company’s Web site.