Tools for Team Collaboration: 3M Writable Surfaces

3M Writable Surfaces

Collaboration increases productivity. Productivity increases the bottom line. This is common knowledge.

Collaborative technologies allow us to simultaneously communicate with large numbers of people. These technologies have improved the way we share, generate and capture knowledge. Helpful ideas from colleagues, information, expertise, and innovation is at our fingertips.

3M’s Post-it Dry Erase Surface is a unique communication technology that is revitalizing workspaces and expediting valuable collaboration and innovation across a wide variety of organizations. Regular whiteboards can be heavy and inflexible and whiteboard paint is expensive and time-consuming to apply. Listed below is everything you need to know about 3M’s Post-it Dry Erase Surface.

3M Writable Surface

 

What is it?

 

3M’s writable/erasable surface, technically known as 3M DI-NOC Whiteboard Finish WH-111, can be used to change various surfaces into imaginative, synergetic environments. This remarkable film has an acrylic adhesive that can be installed onto various interior surfaces.

 

How do I use it?

 

  • Unroll
  • Peel
  • Stick

 

What are the benefits?

  • Simple installation. Incredibly easy to use!
  • Can be used on painted drywall, painted steel, and finished wood.
  • Applicable on glass surfaces if using 3M Fasara Whiteboard Finish WH-111-G.
  • The polyester film is sturdy and flexible.
  • Smooth surface is easy to write on.
  • Easy to remove and can be cut to custom fit any surface.
  • This material can be used in diverse environments for various creative and collaborative projects.
  • Recycle old whiteboards and chalkboards to create a new dry erase board.
  • Material is fire-resistant and meets US regulations.
  • Chemical, stain, and abrasion resistant
  • Compatible with the majority of standard dry erase markers and erasers

Anything else I need to know?

  • Can only be used with dry erase markers – not “washable” dry erase markers.
  • Use an eraser specifically designed for whiteboards and erase immediately after use to prevent ghosting.
  • If you accidentally use something other than a dry erase marker you must wipe it off immediately with an alcohol-based cleaner.
  • To prevent ink debris from sticking to the film you must keep the eraser clean.
  • Break in the surface by writing with the dry erase marker and erasing it several times.
  • You cannot use permanent markers or felt pens.
  • The material may be compromised if you stretch the product during initial installation.

 

Bottom Line

This new product is a must-have for companies that value collaboration and creativity.

This material can be used on practically all writable surfaces such as walls, tabletops, and desks. Imagine how convenient it will be to capture those lightbulb ideas that come during spontaneous conversations amongst your staff!

Everyone will be able to witness the process and add their own unique expertise, ask relevant questions, play the devil’s advocate, and ultimately provide solutions