Write on, Wipe off, and stick with magnetic attachments
Both options offer a modern flexible approach and allow you to create large whiteboard walls or cover tricky sizes or shapes.
So how do you know which one is best for you?
|WHITEBOARD PAINT||WHITEBOARD WALLPAPER|
|Wall Size||Normally more cost effective for smaller areas (less than 1.2m high x 4m wide)||More cost effective where you have a number of walls or a larger surface area to create|
|Join Lines||Best option if you are willing to pay a premium for no join lines||If the area is larger than the standard roll size (1.2m high or 10m wide) you will need to join sections together to cover the area which will create join lines|
|Magnetic Properties||Pair whiteboard paint with magentic primer or paint for a magnetically receptive display||Products already come as magnetically receptive so no need for additional product or installation|
|Time is of the essence||Paint products need a few days to cure before they can be used as a writable surface||Whiteboard wallpaper products are fast to apply and can be used immediately. Best if time is of the essence.|