I don’t think many people have ever heard of magnetic paint.
The paint is also not well known among the people.
The paint adds magnetic properties to a surface.
plain can be a wall, plastic, doors, windows and so on.
You do have to use a multi-primer on some surfaces.
What you can also do is take a wall paint and add iron dust to it.
Of course, the paint is not as strong as steel with a magnet.
But soon a few copies get stuck to the magnets.
So magnetic paint is for holding papers to your wall or something else by means of magnets.
A paint ideal for blackboards
Magnetic paint is therefore extremely suitable for blackboards.
If you want to make one at home, you can easily do it yourself.
You make a wooden frame and make a wooden plate behind it.
The first thing to do is degrease well.
Never forget that or you won’t get a good bond.
You can degrease with an all-purpose cleaner.
There are many all-purpose cleaners for sale such as ST. Marcs, B-clean or Dasty van de Wibra.
If you want to be sure of your case, first pre-treat the plate with a primer.
When the primer has hardened, sand it lightly and make it completely dust-free.
After that you can apply the paint.
Apply at least two layers of magnetic paint.
And so you made a blackboard.
After this you buy some magnets and you’re done.
You can buy this magnetic paint in hardware stores and via the internet.
So my question to you now is: Which one of you has ever worked with magnetic paint?
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I'm Joost Nusselder, the founder of Tools Doctor, content marketer, and dad. I love trying out new equipment, and together with my team I've been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with tools & crafting tips.