RUST-OLEUM Dry Erase Paint Project Update

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.

Before Pic


 After pic

20140126-224516.jpgMy 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

RustoleumAfter 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


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4 thoughts on “RUST-OLEUM Dry Erase Paint Project Update

  1. This is an awesome idea Tash…love, love love it…and it can be utilized for so many different fun stuff saving you money lots of money. Like mentioned -Games night- for pictionary, keeping scores…leaving important notes for the hubby or yourself…the ideas are endless.
    I am Camille Walker and ‘I approve’. Show me some love on my blogspot (webpage)… I just started last Thursday.


  2. That’s a great idea! However, I’ve used Rust-oleum dry erase paint and it started staining after a few months. I hope it goes well for you but if it doesn’t work out for you (like it didn’t for me). Look into DrawiTPainT Dry erase paint. It’s the only product I found that guaranteed the wipe. Which is the only important thing about a dry erase surface.


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