Welcome to the FAQs for Smarter Surfaces’ Magnetic Paint. Below we have outlined the answers to the most commonly asked questions. Remember that you can combine our Magnetic Paint together with our Whiteboard Paint to get a writable magnetic surface. Check out the Combine With section below to learn more.
How To Apply Magnetic Paint
Smart Magnetic Paint can be applied by roller onto any smooth surface. Once dry, the surface can be painted over to conceal the grey color (due to the magnetic properties in the paint).
How do I apply Smart Magnetic Paint?
How can I make a magnetic whiteboard wall?
You can layer our products to add more functionality to your surface. To discover all the products you can combine with our Magnetic Paint to add more functionality to your magnetic wall, click here.
When should personal protective equipment be used?
Full health & safety guidelines are printed on the label of every Smarter Surfaces product. Please read these before application.
Does magnetic paint affect WIFI signals?
Does magnetic paint affect pacemakers?
Can I apply magnetic paint around heaters?
Smart Magnetic Paint 32ft² kit includes: Smart Magnetic Paint (750ml to cover 32ft² with 3 coats), 2 Smart Neo Magnets, Application Guide.
Smart Magnetic Paint 107ft² kit includes: Smart Magnetic Paint (2.5l to cover 107ft² with 3 coats), 2 Smart Neo Magnets, Application Guide.
Is there clear magnetic paint available?
Due to the magnetic particles, magnetic paint is mid-grey in color. However you can achieve the color of your choice by painting over the magnetic coating with normal paint. We recommend applying a white water based primer (such as Smart White Primer) before applying your desired color.
Alternately install a wallpaper or digital print in the pattern or design of your choice, on top of magnetic paint. We recommend you choose a thin product to go on top, as a thicker / deeper topcoat might affect magnetic performance.
Are there different sizes available?
What type of magnets can be used with Smart Magnetic Paint?
Note: ordinary household magnets are not suitable.
How To Use Magnetic Paint
Magnetic surfaces are typically used for planning, scheduling, posting, brainstorming, magnetic notice boards, magnetic walls plus lots more.
For best results, we recommend using neodymium magnets or strong rare earth magnets with your smart magnetic surface.
Click here to see how much you can hang up with Magnetic Paint.
Interested in a combined surface with both magnetic and whiteboard functionality? Check out our double and triple functionality products here.