M-MP-4000

Magnetic paint XL

4 litre paint, for an area of 8-12 m²
promptly deliverable

Description

4 l magnetic paint for 8-12 square metres
This magnetic paint is the latest rage! It transforms any surface into a magnetic base for magnets, be it an actual wall or part of it, a door or a piece of furniture. Paint the wall or the selected wall section twice with it and then paint over the grey magnetic paint with the colour of your choice. And there you have an individual integrated magnetic wall that attracts magnets! In the children's room, kitchen, hallway, conference room or in school: Such an integrated magnetic wall comes in very handy. Please read on the following pages what you need to consider and which magnets are suitable.
Read about more features and tips

Technical data

Article ID M-MP-4000
Colour Grey
Yield 12 m² (two coats)
Made in Germany
Weight 9,6 kg

Additional features and tips


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If you apply thick enough coats, you can paint over it with any water-based paint or even put wallpaper over it.
Compared to magnetic paint of other manufacturers, this paint has the following advantages:

  • Brighter and therefore easier to paint over

  • Only 2 coats necessary

  • Apply another coat after 4 hours already, paint over with water-based paint after 6 hours


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Magnets for magnetic paint


Not all magnets are equally suitable for use on magnetic paint. Common ferrite magnets, for instance, practically don't cling at all to magnetic paint.
We recommend the following magnets:

Magnets for small notes and pictures up to A4 format:


Magnets for larger maps and posters:


Many suitable magnets are also linked with accessories. For more information please review our extensive FAQ: Which magnets can I use for magnetic paint?
With a strip of magnetic tape in dispenser, a postcard or picture can be attached to magnetic paint in no time.
Another interesting idea is to use our self-adhesive magnetic sheet. You can easily attach a picture to the self-adhesive side. You can then cut it to the desired size with scissors or a cutting machine, and done is an individual eye-catcher that you can place anywhere.

Perfect for trade shows, meetings, family trees, demo walls, etc.
For lighter objects you can also use a self-adhesive magnetic tape (or several strips of it).
When we renovated our offices, we had a 4 x 1,5 metre section of our wall painted with magnetic paint. We then made it stand out by painting over it with a slightly darker shade of grey.

The result was a beautiful, humongous and cheap message board.
One of our clients used magnetic paint to create this vertical road in the kids' room. You can find more information on that in her project description.
The model cars can now "drive" up the wall.

The use in the kids' room is unproblematic, because the magnetic paint meets the requirements of the DIN EN 71-3 "safety of toys" norm.
Here a nice combination of magnetic paint and black chalkboard paint: Put two coats of magnetic paint on a wooden disk, then apply one coat of chalkboard paint. Let it dry. Now you can use chalk as well as magnets on the disc.
If you combine chalkboard paint with magnetic paint there is no limit to your creativity: Use magnets on the same surface you write on with chalk. The chalkboard paint is available in black and green and covers the grey magnetic paint well.
There are no limits to your ideas when you coat magnetic paint with white whiteboard paint: Use magnets on the same surface where you draw or write. The whiteboard paint in "white" covers the grey magnetic paint well (see result on photo).
The video shows a successful combination of magnetic paint and white whiteboard paint: a writable and wipeable wall that also holds magnets.