Five Reasons Why People AVOID Whiteboard Paint
Tip 1: (0:10 in the video)
Use a moist rag to wipe around the frame of the white board as well as the chalk/marker tray to get rid of any stray dust
Why: Generally, we make the Think Boards larger than the boards being resurfaced. This gives you room to hold onto the Think Board and manipulate it more easily but it also means more adhesive that can pick up dust or move dust. If you make a mistake, where your hand slips or you change which corner you line up, the extra exposed adhesive might accidentally touch and pick up some dust or loosen some dust hiding in a seam of the board somewhere. Loosening dust can cause dust to fall and drift onto the adhesive. Dust will cause bubbles and dust bumps in the install.