Post-It Dry-Erase Surface 48" x 96" White Film Roll
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Post-It Dry-Erase Surface 48" x 96" White Film Roll (MMMDEF8X4)
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This Post-It Dry-Erase Surface 48" x 96" White Film Roll is an instant, flexible whiteboard solution allows you to easily transform painted drywall, glass, painted steel, finished wood or even old dry-erase and chalkboards into a pristine, dry-erase board. Easily install Post-it Dry Erase Surface. It requires no tools. Simply unroll, peel and stick. Utilizing a proprietary dry-erase coating, this Post-It Dry-Erase Surface 48" x 96" White Film Roll is stainproof, erases cleanly every time and writes smoothly. Use anywhere from horizontal applications on desks or tables to vertical applications on surfaces where traditional whiteboards cannot be installed, such as windows. Cut to fit for endless possibilities for dry-erase solutions in new places. This Post-It Dry-Erase Surface 48" x 96" White Film Roll is great for replacing old dry-erase surfaces that may be ghosted. Simply apply over the existing board, and it looks new again.
- Erases cleanly every time
- Easy to install most anywhere
- Cut to fit for endless possibilities
- Packaged Quantity: 1 / Pack
- Product Type: Dry Erase Film Roll
- Film Length: 96"
- Film Width: 48"
- Film Color: White
- Shape: Rectangle
- Features: Flexible; Stain Resistant; Self-stick
- Weight: 4
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Can the Post-it material be removed from a green chalk board if desired for some reason? How do you prepare a chalk board for the material?
Asked by Brode Morgan
According to the package, it can be removed. We suggest going to 3M and getting the details on the product application process, as we do not have those specifications at hand. https://www.post-it.com/3M/en_US/post-it/ideas/dryerase/
Answered by MyBinding.com