I hope you all had a relaxing weekend and are keeping warm in the sub-zero temperature we’ve been having. Today I want to share another door makeover.
Remember a while back I talked about using Rust-oleum dry erase paint on this door? Well I finally did it.
My Whiteboard door!
This project was very easy and straightforward. I started by lightly sanding the door which is very important because you want the surface to be really smooth. After sanding and wiping down the door I primed it.
I know the area around the door looks a bit different because the apartment just went through a major makeover with paint and new furniture (blog-post coming soon)
The Rust-oleum dry erase kit comes in a two-part solution
After the primer dried I prepped the dry erase paint. I stirred each can individually and then mixed part A with part B and gave it another good stir.
The mixture was very runny so I applied 3 coats waiting 20 min between each coat. I had to wait 2 days for it to fully cure.
I am very happy with the outcome, it looks a 100% better and the door looks very similar to our new wall color. I can’t wait to use it for our next games night.
What do you think? Is the dry erase paint something you would use?
Tash ♥ xo