Why choose Escreo over ordinary whiteboard?
Because Escreo gives you freedom and flexibility to create and collaborate without limits. You can apply it on walls, columns, doors, tables to add more space for writing, drawing or planning. Besides, you can choose each and every aspect of your dry-erasable canvas: size, shape, color and frame, according to your needs.
What are the available colors?
Escreo can be any color from the RAL range. Just pick a number according to your preferences. For darker or denser colors we recommend our bright chalk markers (available in white, pink, orange, green) as they provide better contrast.
Do I need special accessories for writing, erasing and maintaining of the Escreo surfaces?
Not necessarily. Standard whiteboard accessories will do fine too. However, for optimal performance we recommend our markers and cleaning products as they are perfectly suited for the Escreo paints and finishes. See packages here.
Is the paint harmless?
Absolutely. Created in accordance with the latest trends in paint production, Escreo is a completely harmless and eco-friendly product. It’s water-based, low VOC formula makes it a smart choice not only for workspaces, but also for children’s rooms, schools or hospitals.
Is there a way I can use magnets on Escreo paint?
Yes, for that purpose we created Magnito – a magnetic base to apply beneath Escreo paint. Magnito allows to attach notes and images all over the painted area transforming it into an advanced bulletin board.
Is there a way I can use my Escreo surface as a projection screen?
Yes. While Escreo has the standard reflection of a whiteboard, the Satin finish provides up to 70% reduction of reflected light allowing you to project sharp images on the painted surface.
How long will my Escreo surface last?
Escreo comes with a full one-year guarantee, assuring that the paint will keep its original appearance and functionality. Proper maintenance such as routine cleaning and use of appropriate markers can extend the life of your dry-erase surfaces to over 3 years.
Where is the paint produced?
Оur production base is located in Ruse city, Bulgaria.
How can I become an Escreo partner?
You can contact us at email@example.com for more details.
Can I remove Escreo?
Yes. In order to do that you should apply primer and then latex paint. Depending on the color you can apply 1-2 layers of primer. Please contact us for further information.
How much time does it take to receive my order when I make a purchase?
Normally the delivery takes around 5-7 days depending on the quantity of the paint ordered.
How can I order Escreo?
Head over to our online shop. We’ve made your ordering process as personalized as it gets. Follow the step-by-step process, entering your preferences. If you need to change something, simply take a step back. Looking for a more customized solution? Don’t hesitate to send us an inquiry.
How long will my order take to arrive?
Normally, the delivery takes about 1-3 days depending on the quantity and the color of the paint ordered.
Can I paint myself?
Sure! In fact, Escreo paint was created to be applied by the customer. Each package comes with all necessary tools for application, along with a thorough step-by-step guide to the process. See how it works in this video.
How much time does it take to paint?
A standard size of 2 square meters surface would take approximately 2 hours.
Can you provide the service of application?
Escreo whiteboard dry-erase paint is created to be applied by the customer. Each package comes with all necessary tools for application, along with a thorough step-by-step guide to the process. Alternatively, we can recommend some of our trusted contractors. Get in touch for more information.
There is a significant difference between the desired Escreo color and the surface to be painted. Should I use primer for bleaching?
Yes. To ensure the density of the desired color, we strongly recommend to apply a layer of primer as a base. If Escreo is much darker than the surface, use primer similar to the Escreo paint color. You can also use latex instead of primer.