In some cases, a sustainability story is more than the sum of its parts. Consider Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface (DES), for example. This reusable alternative to paper enables old dry-erase boards or chalkboards to be resurfaced and refurbished rather than discarded into a landfill as waste.
And that’s only scratching the surface of this product’s sustainability features.
Post-it® Super Sticky DES can also be applied to a variety of surfaces – such as painted drywall, steel, finished wood or glass. It gives cabinet faces, stained whiteboards/chalkboards and bare walls new functionality. And it can be easily cut to fit the surface that’s available, giving you the freedom to put dry erase opportunities in more places, to enhance productivity, efficiency and innovation.
What’s more, the adhesive used on the backing contains at least 60 percent plant-based materials, the film contains no PVC and the liner is recyclable.
Other appealing benefits: using Post-it® Super Sticky DES can save consumers up to 75 percent compared to buying a new porcelain whiteboard. Plus, it’s easy to transport or ship, because it weighs a mere nine percent that of leading whiteboards of the same size. 1
In short, it gives you the answer you want to hear when a new whiteboard isn’t practical: Write on.
1 14’x6’ DES surface vs. a 4’x6’ Quartet Premium DuraMax® Porcelain Whiteboard