Have you heard of the latest earth friendly product? Well, it is called Wizard Wall. It is a great alternative to dry erase boards and can be taken virtually anywhere and fits right in your back pack because it is a static cling film called ClingZ and is as thick as a sheet of paper so if you are a student you should try these or if you are a teacher great product. All you do is get your film out find a wall to put it on and you can use permanent or dry erase markers and write out your lesson or your homework you may need for the day or if you are studying in a group. This product will never lose its ability to stick on any surface as it has an embedded electrostatic charge. I love this idea and I wish this had been around years ago just imaging how many dry erase boards we no longer need and can be recycled. Also the Wizard Wall takes up so much less room as they are smaller and a space saver if you have limited space.
Here are my photos:
They last up to 6 months sometimes longer depending on use and storage and when you get rid of it make sure to recycle it. I see they come in a pad roll or complete kits. These boxes are small but long and can fit easily in any corner or cabinet. You can see all the products by visiting www.wizardwall.com
Do’s and Don’ts:
Do choose a clean indoor surface to cling the Wizard Wall® film.
Do erase towards the middle of the film to keep walls clean.
Do write with permanent marker if you intend to roll up and save your work—dry erase marker will smudge when rolled up.
Do put layers upon layers of Wizard Wall® on top of each other to minimize the use of wall space.
Do cut and customize Wizard Wall® films to create a tile effect.
Do limit use of liquid dry erase board cleaners, since moisture reduces cling ability.
Don't fold or crease the Wizard Wall® film if you want to reposition or reuse it.
Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.
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Its a fantastic easy cling film that can act as a wall to write and teach!ReplyDelete