Rust-Oleum Dry Erase Paint

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What is it?

Rust-Oleum Dry Erase Paint is a smooth, hard finish that creates a unique white writeable-erasable surface. Safe to use Indoors!

Ideal for use on interior surfaces such as:

Drywall, Masonite, Wood, Cement, Metal

It's Easy!

  • Safe, low oder formula
  • Part A and Part B mixes easily and is ready to paint immediately
  • Applies just like any other household paint

It's Fun!

  • Customize! Paint a unique dry erase shape that you can't get with a pre-purchased dry erase board.
  • Create a dry erase surface that is bigger than a regular board.
  • Use with all types of dry erase markers to create colorful messages, pictures, etc.
  • Remove markings with an eraser or rag!
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Kid’s Room
Foyer or Entry
Office and Teen’s Room



Dense foam roller designed to give a smooth finish

Paint tray

Painter’s tape

Stir stick



Lightly sand surface that is to be painted. Remove dust from sanding with a lint-free cloth. If applying Dry Erase on a new piece of drywall, masonite, cement or wood, use a white latex primer first (follow manufacturer’s directions).


Briefly stir each can before mixing.  Pour part A into part B and stir thoroughly. Use a dense foam roller that is designed to give a smooth finish. For surfaces that are too small for a roller, use a foam brush. 
IMPORTANT: Apply activated Dry Erase Paint within 2 hours of mixing.
Re-coat after 20-30 minutes. For best results, apply over a white or light colored surface with a minimum of 2 coats. When applying over darker colored surfaces, 3 coats are recommended.  Dries to the touch in 1 hour. With two coats you can create up to a 7’ by 7’ dry erase surface!
See can labels for complete directions.


Allow the Dry Erase surface to cure for 2 DAYS before applying any markings (allow more time in cooler temperatures). Once fully cured, DRY ERASE markers may be applied to surface and them wiped off with an eraser or lint-free cloth.

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