Prior to application, the surface should be clean, dry and free from dirt, stains and other contaminants. Smark!® will only be as smooth as the surface you apply it to. Repair any wall divots, holes, scratches, or bumps with spackle or joint compound. If the wall is textured, sand it smooth. Prior to applying Smark!®, be sure to prime or paint any repaired area. Clearly define and tape off the area to be Smarked with blue painter’s tape. DO NOT attempt to stretch product beyond square footage listed on the box.
Pour all of the Pour Me (Activator) can contents into the Fill Me (Base) can and stir thoroughly for two minutes. Mix thoroughly with enclosed mixing stick.
Once the material is mixed you will have approximately 45 minutes to apply Smark!® . Temperatures above 85°F (30°C) and 75% relative humidity will shorten working time.
Smark!® can be rolled or brushed. Rolling: Use the enclosed 3/16” nap, woven, shed-resistant roller cover. Brushing: Use a high-quality synthetic bristle brush. Avoid Smark!® making contact with skin. Wear protective gloves, clothing and safety glasses. Refer to SDS within smarkpaint.com for more info.
Dry to touch time is approximately 4-6 hours. Product will be completely dry and can be used in 24-48 hours. Drying times were recorded at 77°F (25°C) and 50% relative humidity. Lower temperatures and humidity will extend the dry and cure times.
For optimum performance, allow product to fully cure for 72 hours prior to using any standard dry erase marker on the new surface.
Dry erase ink can sometimes be difficult to erase, especially when left on a surface for a long period of time. Clean these spots with any standard dry erase spray cleaner. A damp microfiber cloth and water can also be used. Red and pink dry erase markers typically require dry erase spray cleaners for complete removal.
Application Tools: Allow used roller cover and paint brush to dry before disposing.
Mixed Product Disposal: Allow mixed product to fully harden before disposal. Dispose of all hardened, unused or unwanted product in accordance with all applicable federal, state & local regulations.
Keep product stored in temperature ranges of 50°F – 85°F (10°C-30°C). Keep away from excessive heat above 95°F (35°C). Keep from freezing.
Shelf Life (unopened): 24 months from date of manufacture.
Use in a well-ventilated area. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and warm water after use. Do not take internally. Skin Contact: Thoroughly wash with soap and warm water before the coating dries. Eye Contact: Rinse with clean water for 15 minutes. Seek medical attention. Inhalation: Use in well-ventilated areas. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. Seek medical attention. Refer to SDS within smarkpaint.com for more health, safety and handling information.
VOC: <50 g/L
The smoother the surface the better the product applies. We recommend sanding the surface to make it as smooth as possible. This will give you the best possible surface to write on.
You have 45 minutes to paint your surface. This should be more than enough time. If you are planning on using it on more than one surface then make sure your plan is solid.
We would recommend it. It’s pretty darn sticky.
Yes, This is science people. Also make sure you stir the bottom and sides of the can as well. Lets not leave any Smark!® unstirred.
We wanted to come up with a clever name that people would ask about. Also, our plan for global domination includes Smark!® becoming a verb. Now, go Smark!® that wall.
We can fix this. First you need to slap your hand and tell yourself it won’t happen again. Next, get a razor or some other sharp object thing and cut the tape away slowly. Try not to damage the wall or you might have to slap your hand again.
Actually, we do!
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Download the French Activator Safety Data Sheet (PDF 180 KB)