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Dry Erase Wood Serving Tray

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Drinks on a serving tray with “iced tea” and “pink lemonade” written on it. After
  • Estimated Time

    3 Days

  • Challenge Level

    Intermediate

  • Tools & Supplies:

    • Acrylic Paint or Spray Paint in Green and White
    • Wood Serving Tray
    • Dense Foam Brush
    • Dry Erase Markers
    • Painter's Tape
    • Paint Tray

Your wood serving tray can change with your menu! Rust-Oleum Dry Erase Paint creates a clear, writeable and erasable surface that you can apply over any color paint. Dry Erase Paint lets you use dry erase markers to draw or write messages on a serving tray and then erase to create custom messages for different occasions.

After you've painted your wood tray, let it fully dry.

Apply painter’s tape around the area you wish to paint before beginning. Briefly stir the Dry Erase activator and base before mixing them together. Pour Part A into Part B and stir thoroughly until the paint is uniform in color. Pour paint into a paint tray. Apply to the tray using a dense foam brush that is designed to give a smooth finish.

After 1 hour, remove painter’s tape that was used to mask the area. Allow the Dry Erase Paint’s clear, high-gloss finish to cure for 3 days before writing on it. Not for direct food contact.