Chalkboard Vinyl Material
Details about Chalkboard Vinyl Material
Our chalkboard vinyl is an adhesive back material: you just peel the white backing and install it directly on your wall or surface (wood, plastic, metal...) whether it is smooth or slightly textured.
It can also be installed on furniture or on fridge...
This material is perfect for profesional or residential environments and can be used indoor or outdoor
Easy to resize, you can cut this material with scissors or exacto knives. It is a great material if you have a custom project in mind, weither you are planning to cover an entire wall or to simply install it on a cupboard door.
To write on our chalkboard vinyl you can use regular chalk or chalk paint. It works exactly like a blackboard.
You can wipe it with a dry cloth and you can clean it with a wet sponge if needed.
You can purchase quality artist chalk from this section if you need it.
Contact us for technical assistance or if you have any questions.
“The chalk board decal works great and fits exactly in the spot I wanted it for. Custom pieces are perfect. Would definitely order again.”
“I love that you can order a custom size! I needed to hide a mark on the kitchen cabinet and the chalkboard decal was the perfect solution. My kids love drawing on the new board and it is a useful tool to write the grocery list, etc.”
“Thank you so much for the beautiful wall sticker, it arrived really quickly and I was quite impressed with its quality. It was exactly as pictured online, arrived in perfect condition (unlike from other sites I have ordered from) and included really helpful instructions and applicator tool. Was the perfect finishing touch to our nursery- again, THANKYOU!”
“We ordered, what I thought, was a calendar on a hard source - not a vinyl calendar. I did get an RMA in case we return - haven't decided yet. I didn't notice on purchase that the calendar was vinyl decal and not on an already hard back surface. Now, if we keep, I have to go get a hard back surface for it.
Anyway, that's my answer. Sharon.”