Whiteboard Wall Quotes for July 2021

Whiteboard Wall Quotes for July 2021

July: A Month of Joy and Hope

The long, hot days of July tend to bring back nostalgic thoughts of years gone by when we had nothing to do but play outdoors with our friends. Now, however, July often just means more days spent with work and family duties. For adults, the joyful months of summer vacation from school are a thing of the past. But we can still reminisce about the good old days. The following quotes can help you consider the month of July from various perspectives, perhaps stir up some pleasant memories, and provide texts to post on your Whiteboard Wall for inspiration or writing topics for your home school children.

About the Love of July

1. “The Summer looks out from her brazen tower, through the flashing bars of July.”
– Francis Thompson (English poet and mystic)

2. “Hot July brings cooling showers, apricots, and gillyflowers.”
– Sara Coleridge (English author)

3. “July is hot afternoons and sultry nights and mornings when it’s a joy just to be alive. July is a picnic and a red canoe and a sunburned neck and a softball game and ice tinkling in a tall glass. July is a blind date with summer.”
– Hal Borland (US author, journalist, and naturalist)

4. “In the old parts of Nice [France], the family tables are out in the cobbled streets so that you can’t drive past. They insist you join them at midnight on a hot July evening. So that’s just what you do, abandon the car.”
– Mary Quant (British fashion designer)

5. “I drifted into a summer nap under the hot shade of July, serenaded by a cicada lullaby, to drowsy-warm dreams of distant thunder.”
– Terri Guillemets (US quotation anthologist)

About July in Relation to Life

6. “But here I am in July, and why am I thinking about Christmas pudding? Probably because we always pine for what we do not have. The winter seems cozy and romantic in the hell of summer, but hot beaches and sunlight are what we yearn for all winter.”
– Joanna Franklin Bell (US writer)

7. “I always think I will get better in July. Things will change, and sounds won’t ache. It’s July, and I have hope in who I am becoming.”
― Charlotte Eriksson (Swedish author and songwriter)

8. “After living and working in Milan and Paris, I arrived in New York City 20 years ago, and I saw both the joys and the hardships of daily life. On July 28, 2006, I was very proud to become a citizen of the United States — the greatest privilege on planet Earth.”
– Melania Trump (former First Lady of the United States)

9. “We spent June and July in the Rockies, growing stronger, feeling feral in the untamed range of mountains.”
― Aspen Matis (US author)

10. “My life, I realize suddenly, is July. Childhood is June, and old age is August, but here it is, July, and my life, this year, is July inside of July.”
– Rick Bass (US writer)

Humorous July Quotes

11. “Every July, I look forward to taping a Christmas show
– in July, in Nashville, in 98-degree weather. I love it.” – Larry the Cable Guy (US comedian)

12. “Being a traditionalist, I’m a rabid sucker for Christmas. In July, I’m already worried that there are only 146 shopping days left.”
– John Waters (US filmmaker)

Insights about July

13. “I have always had a certain aversion to heat. And for me, the name of the game on the stage is ‘beat the heat.’ It’s always July under the lights.” ― Bob Weir (US musician)

14. “Those who in July do wed, must labor for their daily bread. Married in July with flowers ablaze, bitter-sweet memories in after days.”
― New Zealand Proverb

15. “No one’s gonna give a damn in July if you lost a game in March.”
– Earl Weaver (US baseball manager)

16. “July, that lovely hell, all velvet dresses and drapes stuffed into a hot little hole.”
– Laura Kasischke (US writer)

17. “July is high burglary season because so many people leave town.”
― Jean Chatzky (US Journalist)

18. “If ant hills are high in July, the coming winter will be hard.”
― US folklore

19. “There comes a time when people get tired of being pushed out of the glittering sunlight of life’s July and left standing amid the piercing chill of an alpine November.”
― Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (US civil rights leader)

20. “I only deepen the wound of the world when I neglect to give thanks for the heavy perfume of wild roses in early July and the song of crickets on summer humid nights and the rivers that run and the stars that rise and the rain that falls and all the good things that a good God gives.”
― Ann Voskamp (Canadian author)

About the Fourth of July

21. “You have to love a nation that celebrates its independence every July 4th, not with a parade of guns, tanks, and soldiers who file by the White House in a show of strength and muscle, but with family picnics where kids throw Frisbees, the potato salad gets iffy, and the flies die from happiness. You may think you have overeaten, but it is patriotism.”
– Erma Bombeck (US humorist)

22. “There are lots of emotions that go with the fourth of July.”
– Dan Harmon (US writer, producer, actor, and comedian)

23. “As a British person living in the USA, I keep a low profile on Independence Day, July 4th.”
― Steven Magee (British expert on radiation and human health)

24. “I always have the most fun on the Fourth of July. You don’t have to exchange any gifts. You just go to the beach and watch fireworks. It’s always fun.”
– James Lafferty (US actor, director, and producer)

25. “It’s Fourth of July weekend, or, as I call it, Exploding Christmas.”
— Stephen Colbert (US comedian)

26. “When I was little I thought, isn’t it nice that everybody celebrates on my birthday? Because it’s July 4th.”
– Gloria Stuart (US actress, visual artist, and activist)



April is a time of transition, a period of renewal and rebirth in the world of nature, coming when winter has just ended and spring is just beginning. For many writers, the month is a symbol of youth, freshness, and promise. However, for others, April brings back old memories and triggers nostalgia about the past. April is also an action-packed month, starting with the prankster’s holiday, All Fools’ Day followed by the moveable feast of Easter, and the major annual event known as Earth Day, which is celebrated worldwide on April 22 to show support for environmental conservation. What’s more, April is the month when spring really starts to gain momentum in many places – and for most people, that’s reason enough to be happy.

One way to welcome the arrival of spring is to post uplifting quotes about April on your whiteboard-coated wall. Doing so can provide you with constant reminders of the season’s refreshing weather and the rebirth of plant and animal life that’s happening all around you. Such positive messages have been shown to produce a beneficial effect on people’s feelings and attitudes. As media psychology expert and communications consultant, Scott Sobel says, human beings are by nature hopeful, so they seek inspiration from role models and their observations on life: “Leaders and their words – inspirational quotes – affect us on a primal level.” And this is one reason that these expressions are passed down through the generations.

Words from acknowledged leaders in business, politics, the arts, and other fields may also hold more power because we assume that people in public roles must be capable, intelligent, or otherwise special to have attained these positions, thus making their messages more compelling.

Sometimes the simplest inspirational phrase can prompt us to think more deeply or motivate us to keep striving to reach our goals. But if we just read a quote, appreciate its message, then immediately forget what we’ve read and go about living our lives as usual, there’s no point in reading anything “helpful.” Thus, to avoid forgetting motivational quotes, you can post them on your whiteboard wall, whose vast canvas will accommodate large lettering that will help make the texts easier to remember. Once you’ve read the quotes for the month of April listed below, you can keep them in mind by writing them in easily seen areas of your wall to help you go through the month with greater focus on your life goals, and feel more encouraged to face daily challenges. Reading the quotes, pondering their meaning, and putting them into action to improve your life and attitude are the greatest compliments you can pay to the authors and are beneficial to you as well.


“April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” ― William Shakespeare (world-renowned English playwright and poet), Sonnet XCVIII

“April is the kindest month. April gets you out of your head and out working in the garden.” ― Marty Rubin (US author)

“Spring starts in the middle of March but the month of April seems to be the prelude to the promised rebirth taking place in May.” — Rainne Mendoza (Asian-American copywriter and author)

“April does mean the ‘true’ arrival of spring, after all. Get outside, connect with nature, shake loose those final winter cobwebs from your mind and begin a new adventure.” – Julie K. Hage (US writer and blogger)

“There is no glory in star or blossom till looked upon by a loving eye; there is no fragrance in April breezes till breathed with joy as they wander by.” — William Cullen Bryant (US poet, journalist, and editor)

“April is a promise that May is bound to keep.” — Hal Borland (US author, journalist and naturalist)

“April, pride of woodland ways, / Of glad days, / April, bringing hope of prime, / To the young flowers that beneath / Their bud sheath / Are guarded in their tender time.” — Remy Belleau (French Renaissance poet)

“The tantalizing scent transported me to a white, sandy beach lapped by a turquoise sea under a tropical sun. Lime and coconut were the getaway flavors my bakery customers needed in April, tax time.” — Judith Fertig (US cookbook author)

“It is best to be born in April or August when the life-giving Sun is in its exaltation sign Aries or Leo, its home, for then we enter the sea of life on the crest-wave and are backed in the battle of existence by an abundant fund of vim and energy.” — Max Heindel (Danish-American astrologer and mystic)

“Elections should be held on April 16th, the day after we pay our income taxes. That is one of the few things that might discourage politicians from being big spenders.” — Thomas Sowell (US economist)

“You will feel the intoxication if you live life very consciously in this beautiful, merry month of April.” — Summer Bacon (spiritual teacher)

April with its haunting joy, and swift-stinging tears, / Month of mist and music, and the old moon-madness, / Month of magic fluting, the spirit only hears. — Virna Sheard (Canadian poet and novelist)

Sang the sunrise on an amber morn — / Earth, be glad! An April day is born. / Winter’s done, and April’s in the skies, / Earth, look up with laughter in your eyes! — Sir Charles G. D. Roberts (Canadian poet and prose writer)

April will not fail to turn out as it should be, and as it generally is, one of the sweetest, dearest, loveliest months of the year. — Joseph Grimaldi (English actor, comedian, and dancer)

The coming of April heralds the time to plant seeds of magic and fill the heart and home with the joy of light and life.” — Lotuswulf Satyrhorn (US author)

Yes, April is a lovely, soul-inspiring, life-invigorating month. — Joseph Grimaldi (English actor, comedian, and dancer)

In April, the first soft, tender, delicate green of spring salutes the eye in every direction. — Joseph Grimaldi (English actor, comedian and dancer)

“April prepares her green traffic light and the world thinks ‘Go.’” — Christopher Morley (US journalist, novelist, essayist, and poet), “John Mistletoe”


“Our spring has come at last with the soft laughter of April suns and shadow of April showers.” — Byron Caldwell Smith (19th century US author)

“Long stormy spring-time, wet contentious April, winter chilling the lap of very May; but at length, the season of summer does come.” ― Thomas Carlyle (British historian, satirical writer, essayist, translator, philosopher, mathematician, and teacher)

“April again! The willow wands are yellow / Rose-red the brambles that the passing wind knows, / Comes a / robin’s note like the note of a ‘cello, / And across the valley, the calling of the crows, / April again!” — Virna Sheard (Canadian poet and novelist)

“A gush of bird-song, a patter of dew / A cloud, and a rainbow’s warning / Suddenly sunshine and perfect blue / An April day in the morning.” – Harriet Prescott Spofford (US writer of novels, poems and detective stories)

“The sun was warm but the wind was chill / You know how it is with an April day / When the sun is out and the wind is still / You’re one month on in the middle of May.” – Robert Frost (renowned US poet), “Two Tramps in Mud Time”

“The April winds are magical And thrill our tuneful frames The garden walks are passional To bachelors and dames.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson (19th century US essayist and lecturer), ‘April’

“Again the blackbirds sings; the streams / Wake, laughing, from their winter dreams / And tremble in the April showers / The tassels of the maple flowers.” – John Greenleaf Whittier

“Rain soaks the earth, prompting growth and preparing the flowers of the season. And we find ourselves shedding our winter coats on the first warm spring day. This is April!” — Sharon Leah

Dry Erase Wall

How Many Coats Of Dry-Erase Paint Should I Use?

The manufacturer’s instructions that come with most standard types of paint, such as interior and exterior latex house paint, state that it’s necessary to apply at least two coats of their products to a substrate to obtain the optimal results; namely, a completely opaque, uniformly colored, durable, and cleanable surface. Similarly, many dry-erase coating companies advise applying two layers of their products to get the best effect; that is, a long-lasting surface that is easily written on with dry-erase markers and readily erased with standard dry-erase erasers or cloths. However, with ReMARKable dry erase paint, only one coat is required to obtain a highly resilient, impermeable, and easily written on and erased dry-erase surface that will last for ten or more years of regular use before needing to be replaced.


In contrast, depending on the hue and condition of the surface to be painted, one coat of any standard type of paint is almost never sufficient to provide complete coverage because the color of the substrate tends to seep through the topcoat and thus negatively affect the appearance of the surface tone. This is especially true when the material to be painted on is a substance like wood or metal or when the base paint is of a darker shade than the paint being used for the topcoat because one layer of a lighter-colored product will never thoroughly conceal a darker colored substrate.


Also, in many cases, customers desire a cleanable painted surface, and a single coat of standard paint is hard to clean off effectively because these types of paints are easily absorbed into porous or permeable substrates, causing a spotty or irregular look when the surface is cleaned. On the other hand, when a second coat of paint is applied, a kind of seal or barrier is produced, making it easier to wipe off small soiled areas and to thoroughly clean the entire surface when necessary.


Marks, nicks, and scratches can easily penetrate a single layer of regular paint, creating the need for frequent touch-ups and costing an individual or a company extra expense in time, energy, and money over the long term. The reason for this situation is that a coat of dry standard paint is permeated with countless microscopic pinholes that cause the surface to be porous and absorbent, thus allowing it to be more susceptible to dirt, staining, and untimely wear and tear. However, when two layers of paint are applied to a substrate, the chances of the pinholes lining up perfectly and causing such problems are significantly reduced.


With most brands of dry-erase coating on the market, whether epoxy- or non-epoxy-based, the same basic type of prep work is needed before application, including the creation of a completely smooth, blemish-free surface and the use of two or more coats of an appropriate base paint whose chemical composition is compatible with that of the coating. However, many less expensive dry-erase paints, especially those available at home-improvement stores and paint retailers, require the use of two top coats if the finished surface is to be easily written on and erased and is to look attractive. If two coats are not applied, ghosting, streaking, and smudging are likely to occur since more layers of coating are needed to adequately build up the chemical compounds that allow the finished surface to be effectively written on and cleaned off. As a result, the manufacturers’ instructions for these lower-priced brands state that two-coat applications are needed to create a properly functioning and good-looking dry-erase surface.

When customers think about covering a certain amount of area, they may feel that using one of these less expensive brands of dry-erase will save them money. However, when they contact our customer service staff, who are also professional dry-erase coating installers, they come to learn that both the clear and white versions of our product require only a one-coat application to be completely usable, so it’s more cost-effective in the long run. This is so because, with the other coatings, the customers would need to buy twice as much material to cover the same amount of area and spend twice as much time and energy applying the products to get results like those obtained with a single layer of our product.


Our industrial-grade product requires just a one-coat application. When applied according to instructions, the high-quality chemical agents in our coating’s formula, which is designed to produce easy writability and erasability, are plentiful enough so that only one coat has to be used on a given surface. And only in certain exceptional cases would a second coat be needed; for example, (1) if certain areas were missed or the coating was applied too thinly during the initial application; (2) if someone wrote on the coated surface with a permanent marker or another unsuitable type of marker; or (3) if the first coat were written or drawn on before it had enough time to thoroughly dry. With other brands of dry-erase coating, applying only one layer will create a surface that’s difficult to erase and is prone to smudging, streaking, and ghosting. In other words, it will be hard to get any writing or drawing completely off of the wall. Thus, these brands require multiple applications to build up a sufficient amount of the chemical compounds in their formulas that allow them to be written on and erased without problems.

As previously mentioned, standard types of paint such as interior or exterior house paint require two coats to be applied to produce a smooth and fully covered or opaque surface. If only a single thick coat is rolled on, you may cover a wall completely, but the result will be a textured surface, and this is not desirable, especially when a dry-erase coating is to be applied on top of it. In contrast, our product is actually a type of high-end coating and not a paint, so unlike ordinary paint formulations, it is not absorbed into a substrate but sits on top of it and has the capacity to transform a properly base-coated surface into a dry-erase that’s opaque, stain-resistant, and impermeable, and has superior writing and dry erase capabilities.

Other brands of dry-erase coating generally require a two-layer application to achieve the same effect you would get with one coat of our product, so with these other products, people have to buy twice as much material and pay a paint contractor twice as much money for the time needed to do a proper application. More specifically, even if another brand of dry-erase coating is less expensive than our product, a customer would have to spend at least one-and-a-half times as much money for the product and for the labor required to install it. In addition, the other brands of dry-erase call for at least a 24-hour waiting period between application of the first and second coats, thus creating an added burden for the customer in terms of time spent waiting instead of doing business or carrying out other activities. Yet another benefit of our high-end dry-erase coatings is that they’re backed up by our experienced customer service representatives, who are also professional coating installers and can explain in minute detail how our superior products are able to function at a high level for ten-plus years with just a one-coat application.

Dry Erase Wall



February may be the year’s shortest month, but Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day guarantee that it isn’t overlooked on the way to spring. The word February is thought to come from the Latin name Februalia for the ancient Roman Festival of Purification. The root “februo” means “I purify by sacrifice.” Considering the challenging weather that occurs in many areas during February, it’s easy to see the month as a time of purification when frigid temperatures and dark skies test people’s spirit and determination. The Snow Moon is the name for the Full Moon in February, relating to the month’s often snowy weather. Some Native American tribes named it the Hunger Moon due to the scarce food sources available during the month, while another name is Storm Moon due to February’s blustery weather. Among the ancient Anglo-Saxons of Britain, February was known as “Sprout-kale” as it was the time of year when kale and cabbage first sprouted from the ground and became edible.

Below is a group of quotations related to February that reflect a wide range of feelings and views on the month that many people associate with love and romance and others with frigid weather and dark skies. Hopefully, you’ll find some pearls of wisdom and sources of inspiration among these quotes along with touches of humor that you can post on your whiteboard coated wall to inspire you in the work-from-home office, give you a laugh, or encourage your children in their homeschool assignments. According to psychologist and motivation expert Dr. Jonathan Fader, reading affirmative quotes can have a beneficial effect on people who are open to upbeat messages that include strong images and appeal to their hopeful nature. So, to help you uplift your thinking and examine aspects of your life that you’d like to change, you can use your Whiteboard Wall as a posting area. Try regularly writing down three to seven of the quotes that best resonate with your work-from-home or homeschool goals. With any luck, you’ll get some food for thought, humor, and personal encouragement in the process.


“Though February is short, it is filled with lots of love and sweet surprises” ― Charmaine J. Forde (US author)

“February — the month of love? No wonder it’s the shortest one in the calendar.” ― Dinesh Kumar Biran (magazine publisher and author)

“There is always in February some one day, at least, when one smells the yet distant, but surely coming summer.” — Gertrude Jekyll (British horticulturist, garden designer, craftswoman, photographer, writer, and artist)

cold winds,
biting chills, and
white snow-fluffed hills
Valentine’s Day, oh, how gay!
Presidents’ Day is coming our way. -=
February, sweet and small, greatest month of all.” — Eric Lies (US author and cleric), 28-Word Poem for February

“Why does February feel like one big Tuesday?” ― Todd Stocker (US author)

“The February born will find
Sincerity and peace of mind;
Freedom from passion and from care,
If they the Pearl (or green Amethyst) will wear.” — Anonymous

“The most serious charge which can be brought against New England is not Puritanism but February.” — Joseph Wood Krutch (US writer, critic, and naturalist)

“Even though February was the shortest month of the year, sometimes it seemed like the longest.” ― J. D. Robb (US author of romance novels)

“February is the uncertain month, neither black nor white but all shades between by turns. Nothing is sure.” — Gladys Hasty Carroll (US novelist)

“In the coldest February, as in every other month in every other year, the best thing to hold on to in this world is each other.” — Linda Ellerbee (US journalist)

“February is for curmudgeons, whingebags, and misanthropes . . . it’s so short. There is nothing good about it, which is why it’s so great.” ―Lionel Shriver (US author and journalist)

“If you meet 29th February, think of something unique, for it is the only day that defines a year as a leap year. It is the only day that makes February truly unique.” — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah (Ghanian writer and teacher)


“Late February, and the air’s so balmy snowdrops and crocuses might be fooled into early blooming. Then, the inevitable blizzard will come, blighting our harbingers of spring, and the numbed yards will go back undercover. In Florida, it’s strawberry season — shortcake, waffles, berries, and cream will be penciled on the coffee shop menus.” — Gail Mazur (US poet), The Idea of Florida during a Winter Thaw

“Why, what’s the matter,
That you have such a February face,
So full of frost, of storm and cloudiness?” — William Shakespeare (world-renowned English playwright and poet), Much Ado About Nothing

“The February sunshine steeps your boughs and tints the buds and swells the leaves within.”
— William C. Bryant (US romantic poet, journalist, and editor)

“Late February days; and now, at last,
Might you have thought that
Winter’s woe was past;
So fair the sky was and so soft the air.”
– William Morris (British textile designer, poet, and novelist)


Valentine’s Day is thought to have evolved from the spring holiday Lupercalia, which the ancient Romans celebrated on February 15. The feast honored the god Lupercus, who was thought to protect people and their herds from wolves. On this day, dances were held for young single men and women. The men drew the women’s names from pieces of papyrus placed in a bowl. The men then danced with their partners and were required to protect them throughout the New Year, which started in March. In many cases, the partners became sweethearts and soon got married. When the custom of February dances was restored in medieval times, men would wear their sweethearts’ names on their sleeves. Even now, we refer to people who easily express their feelings as ‘wearing their hearts on their sleeves.’” Below are some thoughts on this ancient holiday.

“Without Valentine’s Day, February would be … well, January.” – Jim Gaffigan (US comedian)

“This February 14th, take a moment to laugh thoroughly at your singlehood; everybody else does!” – Anonymous

“I had every intention of celebrating Valentine’s Day, but when Cupid got around to me, it seems he had run out of arrows.” – Anonymous

“Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate the joy of being in love. Unless you’re single and lonely, then it’s called Laundry Day.” – Dane Cook (US comedian and film actor)

“Instead of celebrating Valentine’s Day this year, I’m celebrating Discount Chocolate Tuesday.” – Anonymous

“In the best of all possible worlds, February 14 is a pleasant and sentimental opportunity to lavish your partner with attention or move your relationship to the next level.” ― Pepper Schwartz (US sociologist and sexologist)

“Don’t be sad if you are single on Valentine’s Day. Work hard, achieve something and see, one day, the right person will cross your path.” – Harshal “Harry” Bhatt (US singer, instrumentalist, engineer, and poet)

“If lovers get half price off on Valentine’s Day, then singles should just get everything for free!” – Anonymous

“Today is Valentine’s Day. Or, as men like to call it, Extortion day.” – Jay Leno (US comedian and talk show host)

“If acquiring a boyfriend was as easy as becoming fat, I certainly would have had one to share my Valentine’s Day with.” – Anonymous

“This year’s Valentine’s Day, I will enjoy long, romantic walks to the fridge.” – Anonymous

“Valentine’s Day: the holiday that reminds you that if you don’t have a special someone, you’re alone.” – Lewis Black (US comedian, author, playwright, social critic, and actor)

“The only bubble in the flat champagne of February is Valentine’s Day. It was no accident that our ancestors pinned Valentine’s Day on February’s shirt: he or she lucky enough to have a lover in frigid, antsy February has cause for celebration, indeed.” — Tom Robbins (US novelist)


White Whiteboard Coating Tech Specs
Both the clear and white varieties of ReMARKable whiteboard coating are the preeminent products of their kind on the market today. However, despite their high quality, it’s necessary to follow the simple-to-understand storage, application, and maintenance instructions that come with the coatings, or they will not look and perform as designed. The following are some practical suggestions on how to apply, store, and maintain the white version of the coating that will help you achieve the best results and create a writing surface that will serve you well for many years.


It is highly recommended that you apply the white version of premium whiteboard coating over our proprietary product, ReMARKable Tintable Base Paint, which is specifically formulated to work in synch with our whiteboard coatings. The white coating may also be applied over good-quality water-based enamels that produce a satin or eggshell finish; however, it’s important to avoid using base paints that include additives like flow modifiers, antimicrobial agents, polyvinyl acetate (PVA), and the other chemicals listed under question four, “How do I prepare my surface before applying ReMARKable?” in our website’s FAQ section.

These compounds can have adverse reactions with the coating and lead to bubbling and other issues that will affect the durability, erasability, and look of your whiteboard coated surface after application. Our knowledgeable customer support staff can give you the most current information on water-based enamels that don’t contain these additives and so would be appropriate to use as base coats with our whiteboard coating.

If you’re unsure about what type of paint is presently on your walls, it’s best to avoid guessing because the current paint may contain ingredients that could cause difficulties with your application. Instead, simply use our Tintable Base Paint under our white coating. In this way, you can be assured that your whiteboard coated surface will be free of issues caused by chemical reactions with inappropriate base coats, as Tintable Base Paint is specially formulated to work in perfect synchrony with both the clear and white versions of our high-quality whiteboard coatings.


It’s important that you erase dry erase ink markings from your whiteboard coated surface with a microfiber cloth, towel, or mitt. Using regular dry ink erasers to remove markings from the wall can allow residual ink to remain because the slits in the felt surface of these erasers tend to gather ink over a short period of time. So, wiping your whiteboard coated surface with a standard eraser will simply spread the accumulated ink around instead of getting rid of your markings. For periodic maintenance, a microfiber cloth dampened with a mild type of soap mixed in water will effectively clean your whiteboard coated wall; however, a microfiber cloth and water are best to use to avoid soap residue staying on the surface. Remember, besides erasing your surface with a dry microfiber cloth after each use, you should do periodic thorough cleanings, and the surface will retain its durability and functionality through many years of use.


Rolled On
To apply our premium whiteboard coating, use a high-quality microfiber roller cover that has a 1/4” or 3/8” nap. Before mixing parts A and B of the coating, wrap the entire roller sleeve with masking tape in a spiraling movement from one end to the other. Then carefully take off the tape to get rid of all excess lint, thus helping to guarantee a completely smooth and lint-free whiteboard coated surface after the coating dries. Once you’ve blended the two parts of the coating formula according to the instructions provided with the application kit, carefully roll the coating onto the wall one segment at a time in a vertical pattern, overlapping on each segment by a few inches, and cutting in with a two-inch foam brush as you move along on the wall. The “pot life” or time period when the coating is usable is approximately 40 to 45 minutes. After that, the coating will begin to dry and congeal, so plan your project well in advance to make sure you have enough time for the application before the thickening process starts, the coating congeals, and the product becomes unusable.


Premium whiteboard coating should be applied when the room temperature is from 65 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (18.30 to 29.40 Celsius). This temperature range is important to keep in mind because it will allow the coating to be rolled on smoothly and evenly without the possibility of thickening or other issues occurring during application.


One gallon of high-quality white whiteboard coating will cover approximately 400 square feet on any smooth surface. Make sure you precisely measure the surface where you want to apply the coating because if the area ends up being bigger than the amount you have on hand, and you try to “stretch” the coating beyond the amount of square footage indicated on the container, you’ll have difficulties with your finished whiteboard surface, including poor erasability and an uneven look. For this reason, it’s essential to apply the amount of whiteboard coating you have only to the square footage it’s designed to cover. If you bought a 50-square-foot kit and attempt to coat a 60 square foot area, you’ll undoubtedly have problems. In such a situation, it’s preferable to purchase two 35-square-foot kits and put the coating on a little more thickly.


While storing parts A and B of the whiteboard coating prior to application, you should be aware of the temperature of the room where the parts are kept. More specifically, the components should be held in a cool, dry, climate-controlled room that never gets extremely hot or extremely cold. When the room temperature gets too high or low, the length of time during which the coating is usable can be affected. Avoid storing parts A and B in a thin-walled garage or shed, and choose an indoor area that will stay at a steady temperature within the following ranges.


Part A of the whiteboard coating needs to be kept at a temperature no lower than 7C (44F) and no higher than 25C (77F).


Part B of the whiteboard coating needs to be kept at a temperature no lower than 7C (44F) and no higher than 25C (77F).


Unopened containers or unmixed portions of premium whiteboard coating parts A and B can be kept up to six months without difficulty. Remember to note the expiration date is six months from your purchase date, as you could experience issues such as an overly thick mixture if the parts are combined beyond the suggested shelf life.


“Pot life” is a term for the period when coatings or paints with more than one part are free-flowing and can be applied properly. This period starts right when the parts have been thoroughly mixed and ends when the mixture has gelled and can no longer be used. After mixing, top-quality whiteboard coating has a pot life of approximately 40-45 minutes, so immediately after you’ve mixed the components for the suggested three minutes, you’ll have to start applying the coating and be finished within that time frame. If you adhere to this timing and do the application in accord with the instructions, your top-quality whiteboard coated surface will remain durable and easy to write on and erase throughout its entire lifespan, with proper maintenance. However, if you go beyond the specified 40-45-minute pot life and keep applying the coating, the cured surface will not be as durable and attractive as it should, and you’ll need to sand the surface and apply another coat.

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Whiteboard Wall Quotes for January 2021 – ReMARKable Whiteboard Paint

January: The Month for Fresh Starts

January, a chilly month in which to stay warm until Valentine’s Day,
features the latest sunrise of the year as well as holidays like New
Year’s Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Traditionally, it’s viewed as
a time for fresh starts, for making resolutions to improve our quality
of life and personal behavior, and for taking stock of ourselves, which
is a good practice at any time of year. Some people love January because
they value the quiet interlude it offers after the holidays. Others
dislike the effort needed to start over, whether it means returning to
work or school or simply beginning a new calendar year. However, the
month has many other features that have been pondered and commented on
through the decades, such as its leading place in the calendar and its
reputation as a time for making resolutions.

The following is a collection of quotes related to the month of January that are perfect for writing on your whiteboard painted wall
to help inspire you in the work-from-home office or to encourage your
children in the homeschool setting. According to psychologist and
motivation expert Dr. Jonathan Fader, posting such quotes can be highly
effective on people who are open to positive, coherent messages that use
powerful images and appeal to their hopeful nature. So, to help uplift
your thinking and examine aspects of your life that you want to change
or overcome, you can make use of your whiteboard wall as a posting area.
Try regularly writing down three to seven of these quotes that best
resonate with your work-from-home or homeschool goals. With any luck,
you’ll find some food for thought among these observations, as well as
some humor and personal inspiration for the coming year.

Regarding January First

1. “We spend January 1st walking through our lives, room by room,
drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched. Maybe this
year, to balance the list, we ought to walk through the rooms of our
lives, not looking for flaws, but for potential.” ―Ellen Goodman (U.S.

2. “I love beginnings. If I were in charge of calendars, every day
would be January 1.”―Jerry Spinelli (U.S. writer of children’s novels)

3. “I’ll never understand why everybody puts so much emphasis on
January first. There are three hundred and sixty-four other days in the
year that you can make a change.” ―Elizabeth Eulberg (U.S. author)

4. New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday. — Charles Lamb (English essayist and poet)

About Fresh Starts

5. “New Year’s Day. A fresh start. A new chapter waiting to be
written.” ― Sarah Ban Breathnach (best-selling U.S. author,
philanthropist, and public speaker)

6. “January,
The first month of the year,
A perfect time to start all over again,
Changing energies and deserting old moods,
New beginnings, new attitudes” ― Charmaine J. Forde (U.S. author and poet)

7. “And now we welcome the New Year, full of things that have never
been.” – Rainer Maria Rilke (Bohemian-Austrian poet and novelist)

8. “Ring out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
The year is going, let him go;
Ring out the false, ring in the true.”– Alfred, Lord Tennyson (renowned English poet)

9. “Hope
Smiles from the threshold of the year to come,
Whispering, ‘it will be happier.’” ― Alfred, Lord Tennyson

10. “New beginnings are in order, and you are bound to feel some
level of excitement as new chances come your way.” – Oscar Auliq-Ice
(U.S. author, humanist, and philanthropist)

11. “Take a leap of faith and begin this wondrous New Year by
believing.” – Sarah Ban Breathnach (U.S. author, philanthropist, and
public speaker)

12. “Each year’s regrets are envelopes in which messages of hope are
found for the New Year.” – John R. Dallas (U.S. author, management
consultant, and coach)

13. “Enter this New Year with gratitude for this new chance to create your dreams.”– Avina Celeste (U.S. writer)

14. “Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one.”
― Brad Paisley (U.S. country music singer and songwriter)

15. “I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if
you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new
things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing
your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more
importantly, you’re Doing Something. Whatever it is you’re scared of
doing, Do it. Make your mistakes, next year and forever.” ― Neil Gaiman
(English author)

16. “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put
words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity, and its first
chapter is New Year’s Day.” ―Edith Lovejoy Pierce (Anglo-American poet
and pacifist)

17. “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language
And next year’s words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning.”― T.S. Eliot (renowned Anglo-American poet)

18. “New Year—a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story?
Ultimately we write it. The choice is ours.” — Alex Morritt (British
author, poet, and lyricist)

19. “The New Year stands before us, like a chapter in a book waiting
to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.” – Melody
Beattie (U.S. author of self-help books)

20. “What the New Year brings to you will depend a great deal on what you bring to the New Year.” – Vern McLellan (U.S. author)

21. “Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it
right.”– Oprah Winfrey (U.S. talk show host, T.V. producer, actor,
author, and philanthropist)

22. “Each New Year, we have before us a brand new book containing 365
blank pages. Let us fill them with all the forgotten things from last
year—the words we forgot to say, the love we forgot to show, and the
charity we forgot to offer.” ― Peggy Toney Horton (U.S. author)

23. “What do you need in the New Year? You need a dream; your dream
needs action; and your action needs right thinking. Without right
thinking, you can have only unrealized dreams.” ― Mehmet Murat ildan
(Turkish playwright, novelist and thinker)

24. “Things to do in January:
• Read a good book
• Get a library card
• Walk 30 minutes a day
• Send a birthday card to a friend
• Invest in a fitness tracker
• Buy a coin jar and save those quarters and nickels
• Donate to a charity
• Volunteer 45 minutes of your time to an organization
• Take a yoga class
• Volunteer at bingo night at a nursing home.” ― Charmaine J. Forde (U.S. author and poet)

Concerning New Year’s Resolutions

25. “Make New Year’s goals. Dig within, and discover what you would
like to have happen in your life this year. This helps you do your part.
It is an affirmation that you’re interested in fully living life in the
year to come.” – Melody Beattie (U.S. author of self-help books)

26. “Kindness, kindness, kindness. I want to make a New Year’s
prayer, not a resolution. I’m praying for courage.” – Susan Sontag (U.S.
writer, filmmaker, philosopher, and teacher)

27. “Character is the ability to carry out a good resolution long
after the excitement of the moment has passed.” — Cavett Robert (U.S.
motivational speaker)

28. “New Year’s Resolution: To tolerate fools more gladly, providing
this does not encourage them to take up more of my time.” – James Agate
(English diarist and theatre critic)

29. “May all your troubles last as long as your New Year’s resolutions!” – Joey Adams (U.S. comedian, radio host, and author)

30. “January is always a good month for behavioral economics: Few
things illustrate self-control as vividly as New Year’s resolutions.
February is even better, though, because it lets us study why so many of
those resolutions are broken.” ― Sendhil Mullainathan (Indian professor
of computation and behavioral science)
31. “No one’s ever achieved
financial fitness with a January resolution that’s abandoned by
February.”―Suze Orman (U.S. financial advisor, author, and podcast host)

32. “Many years ago, I made a New Year’s resolution to never make New
Year’s resolutions. It’s been the only resolution I’ve ever kept!”–
D.S. Mixell (U.S. legal assistant and author)

Opinions about January

33. “January is the month for dreaming.” — Jean Hersey (U.S. writer)

34. “January, month of empty pockets! Let us endure this month,
anxious as a theatrical producer’s forehead.” — Sidonie Gabrielle
Colette (French author and woman of letters)

35. “January: When everyone on Facebook becomes a weather forecaster.” — Anonymous

36. “January is the calendar’s ingrown hair.” ― Stewart Stafford (Irish actor)

37. “If I had my way, I would remove January from the calendar
altogether and have an extra July instead.”―Roald Dahl (British
novelist, short-story writer, and poet)

38. “To read a poem in January is as lovely as to go for a walk in June.”―Jean Paul (German Romantic writer)

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