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Whiteboard Dry Erase Film | White Color | Interior Painted Walls | 59″ Wide | 1′ Increments | 4.3 mil

Our Solyx Brand Whiteboard Dry Erase Film is designed for use on interior painted walls.  Quickly turn any painted wall into a dry erase board.  Great for play rooms and basements, meeting and conference rooms or office walls.  Excellent for walls in kitchens, dining rooms, living rooms, children’s bedrooms, classrooms, offices and any place that could require a durable writing surface without damaging the walls.

It offers a 4.3 mil thick White Opaque colored film coated with a premium dry erase surface and a High- tack acrylic pressure sensitive grooved adhesive for dry installs.

This film is recommended for application to interior wall surfaces. This film has a premium quality dry erase surface and is perfect for decorative or architectural applications where a dry erase surface is desirable. It is installed using the same methods for installing films by dry application. Grooved adhesive allows for an easy, repositionable dry install.

Priced per ft. Order the length (quantity) needed x 59″ wide.  Minimum order 3′ length.  For larger commercial projects can place a lead time order in custom colors using any Pantone or Benjamin Moore color at 1 roll minimum (100′ length).

Order only what you need!  Our Whiteboard Dry Erase Film comes in 59″ wide rolls ordered in 1′ increments (minimum order 3′ long roll).   

Note:  A semi-gloss painted surface provides best adhesion. Flat paint or textured finish can be problematic along with any anti-graffiti coatings. 

If you prefer a whiteboard dry erase coating for use on a wider variety of surfaces, please take a look at our Whiteboard Dry Erase Polyurethane Coating.


  • Residential & Commercial Painted Walls
  • Play rooms
  • Classrooms
  • Offices
  • Meeting Rooms


  • Compatible with any brand dry-erase marker
  • Repositionable
  • Dry Install, no adhesives required
  • No long cure times – can be used immediately upon completion of install
  • Can be digitally imaged
  • Installs over any stable smooth substrate
  • Great for Offices, Meeting and Conference Rooms
  • Ideal for home-owner installation – no special skills involved
  • Not as susceptible to roll edge damage as dry-erase wallcoverings.
  • Less susceptible to creasing during installation
  • Can be installed in wide range of temperature and humidity conditions
  • No need to reverse alternating drops in installing
  • 4.3 mil thick
  • Order in 1′ Increments (minimum order 3′ Long roll)
  • Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E84 as defined in NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®


Film Type Polyester
Adhesive:  White, pressure-sensitive, grooved, solvent acrylic
Usage Interior
Available Width 59″
Roll Length Available from 3′ to 100 linear feet in 1′ increments
Thickness 4.3 mil
Face Film: 2 mil Polyester Premium Dry Erase Surface/2.3mil polypropylene barrier film
Visible Light Transmittance (%) 1%
UV Transmittance (%) 0%
Infared Transmittance (%) 2%
Liner: 90# Stayflat Paper liner
Class A Fire Rated per ASTM E84 as defined in NFPA 101, Life Safety Code®

SOLYX Polyester/vinyl films with adhesive: When applied to surfaces- glass or plastic sheet: Horizontal Burn (Flame Spread) ASTM D-635 inch < 1.0
UL 94 Rating UL 94 UL Classification V-O
Class A 0 -25 Flame Spread Index 0 -450 Smoke

APPLICATION ENVIORNMENT – Product is intended for interior use only.

APPLICATION SURFACE – Flat, smooth painted (non-vinyl) wallboards.
Please note: A semi-gloss painted surface provides best adhesion. Flat paint or textured finish can be problematic along with any anti-graffiti coatings.

WALL INSPECTION AND REPAIR – This information is intended as guidance only. We recommend that all surfaces be tested for compatibility and removability. Factors such as the smoothness and cleanliness of the surface, as well as print, process, installation method, and size of the decal may impact the adhesion and success of the application.

  •  This product is designed to adhere to clean, smooth painted wallboards.
  •  Bubbles, cracks, or any other imperfections must be repaired before application. If repair requires the use of spackle, it should be primed over and painted, and allowed to cure.
  •  If the wall is freshly painted, please refer to the paint manufacturer’s statement regarding dry time.
  •  If the wall surface needs cleaning only, clean with soapy water and isopropyl alcohol and dry with a lint-free towel.
  •  Apply a small swatch of the film to the prepared wall surface in an inconspicuous area and allow the swatch to dwell for 72 hours. Slowly remove the film at a 45 –90 degree angle and inspect for possible damage to the wall. If any paint is removed, re-inspect the wall surface for cure of the paint to the wallboard.


Please note: the below information provides basic information on installation. Professional installers can be hired to ensure proper application of finished graphics. Contact the Professional Decal Application Association for information on member installers and services by visiting

  • Use of premask is not recommended.
  • Film should be removed from its packaging, allowed to lay flat and acclimate to the room environment prior to installation.
  • The minimum temperature is 50F (10C) with 50% relative humidity.
  • Avoid applying to an area directly near a heater or source of condensation.
  • Make sure your film is centered properly.
  • Dry application. No wetting agent is recommended for application to wallboard or other wall coverings. Condensation left behind the film will cause the film to lift.
  • Bend back approximately two inches of the release liner from the top portion of the film
  • Be careful not to stretch the film, as films have memory and when stretched, will ultimately relax, causing lifting and failure.
  • Using a felt-tipped squeegee, lightly squeegee the center top of the exposed adhesive area of the film, working the middle section of the film first. Use firm, even strokes as you work your way from the center to either side. Continue to slowly remove the paper liner, while squeegeeing horizontally with overlapping strokes, working from top to bottom and from center to sides. Be sure to squeegee the entire film surface to ensure adequatem adhesion.
  • Overlapping seams, if necessary, are recommended for full wall installation.


  • Environmental conditions such as heat, humidity, condensation, air conditioning, exposure to chemicals and abrasion etc. can impact the installation, application life, and removability of the Film.
  • Carefully pick at the top portion of the film getting the fingernail under the adhesive –working your fingers under the adhesive, use a 45-90 degree angle and carefully, steadily, slowly remove the graphic from the top working your way down to the bottom.
  • If original liner has been saved, you can reapply the film to the liner.
  • To save the film and reuse it, please make sure hands are washed removing dirt and oils from fingers/hands. If dirt /oils are on the hand, it can contaminate the adhesive.
  • To save and re-use the Film at a later date, refer to the storage stability guidelines and wind the film out but do not wind into a tight coil.
  • If consumer pulls too fast upon removal, they may cause the film to rip.

SOLYX Polyester/vinyl films with adhesive: When applied to surfaces- glass or plastic sheet:
Horizontal Burn (Flame Spread) ASTM D-635 inch < 1.0
UL 94 Rating UL 94 UL Classification V-O
Class A 0 -25 Flame Spread Index 0 -450 Smoke


After installation and before use:
Thoroughly clean the entire surface of the film after installation
Recommended cleaner is SimGlas® Window Film Cleaner and microfiber cloth.

Expo Cleaner can also be used

DO NOT USE BRISTLE BRUSHES OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL THAT MIGHT SCRATCH THE SURFACE. CAUTON! DO NOT USE AMMONIA OR VINEGAR OR ANY PRODUCTS CONTAINING AMMONIA OR VINEGAR TO CLEAN THE FILM. Some paper towels are coarse enough to scratch the Film. Repeated use of improper cleaning implements and/or solutions will damage the appearance of the Film.


  • Always handle the Product with care.
  • The Product edges may be sharp; use caution when handling.
  • Avoid scratching or denting the surface during installation as this may affect writing performance.
  • Before setting the adhesive to the application surface: – Ensure proper alignment by using a guideline. Allow additional material for trimming as necessary. – Ensure that the entire surface of the film is flat against the application surface and the ends of the film do not sag.
  • Stretching or attempting to reposition the Product during application may deform, buckle, or ripple the Product.
  • Wrinkles created during application cannot be removed with heat due to polyester construction.
  • Seams tend to accumulate ink from the markers. Make seams as tight as possible. Removing the Product Removing the Product too quickly can result in excessive adhesive left on the application surface. If necessary, heat a small section of the Product with a heat gun to soften the adhesive, peel back slowly, then heat and remove the next section. NOTE: Removal from application surfaces other than painted metal panels may result in damage to the application surface. Using the Product as Whiteboard
  • Most standard dry erase markers are suitable.
  • Erase writing as soon as possible using a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth and SimGlas cleaner. Expo Cleaner can also be used. NOTE: DO NOT use whiteboard cleaning wipes or any other cleaning wipes. Rigid, flat erasers are not recommended.
  • To prevent ink debris from sticking to the Product (i.e. ghosting), use a Microfiber Cleaning Cloth with water or a whiteboard cleaning spray as needed to pick up the ink debris. Wash or replace cleaning clothes often.
  • NEVER use permanent markers or felt pens. Only use select dry erase markers for writing on the Product.
  • If a non-specified marker is accidentally used, write over the non-specified mark with a dry erase marker, then wipe it off immediately using the maintenance method below.
  • NOTE: Upon initial use, the dry erase marker ink may not adhere well to the Product surface. Writing with a dry erase marker and erasing several times will “break-in” the surface.