By David Ponce
Dry erase boards are pretty useful, especially in business settings. But they always involve one thing: a board. The CLEAR paint from company IdeaPaint is a special formula that can turn pretty much any surface into a writeable, and perhaps more importantly, erasable one. This means you can coat a wooden door with it, and use that at your next meeting. Or the backs of the office chairs, though we’re not sure what that’ll accomplish. It’s a supposedly almost doorless application, requires just one coat and no primer. It is pretty darn expensive however: a 50 sq. ft. “kit” will cost you $225. The kit comes with the paint, recommended roller, stir stick, can opener and wet paint sign.