or rather, doors, is allowed in the sewing room. This is the last of the major personalization I wanted to do for the room. Now I can leave myself notes, and not worry about where that blasted piece of paper went!
I applied some cool stuff called White Board Paint to the raised center panels of three doors. I had read about this paint a couple years back, and always thought it a nifty idea. Nifty it is!
There are several brands on the market. I read multiple reviews, and finally settled on the product offered by Idea Paint. It’s very simple to do. You prep the surface with a little sanding; the smoother the surface the more white board-ish the result will be. Then you mix a bottle of “this” into a can of “that”, and apply the result with a roller. Literally, the cans are labelled “this” and “that”. They even provide the roller (though not the roller handle).
The most difficult thing about the whole process was waiting the 7 days for the paint to cure before I could start writing. Oh, and it stinks. A lot! If you decide to do this, be sure you can keep the windows open and a fan going, lest you become asphyxiated!