For my daughter’s birthday I decorated her room for her while she was at school and surprised her when she got home. One of the things I did was repaint her dresser pink and black all over except on the top where I used chalkboard paint. She absolutely loved it.
The dresser now has several different uses other than just storing clothes. We play games on it and leave notes for one another. Up until recently we were using chalk sticks from the store. Over the past few weeks we’ve had the chance to try out Liquid Chalkers. If you’re not familiar with them they’re wet erase marker pens. They come in a pack of four which is great because you can put them in different parts of the house and not go looking for one.
I really like that there isn’t any chalk dust with these like the traditional chalk. Which also means less mess. The tip is shaped like an actual marker and the ink flows out nicely making them easy to use.
The only down side I found to the Liquid Chalkers is they stain if used on a porous surface. A wet towel will get most of the chalk off but you can still see what was there before. After using the Liquid Chalkers over the past few weeks I have had to repaint the top of the dresser. However, they are easily removed from non-porous areas such as mirrors and windows. So even without a chalkboard they are still fun and easy to use.
Overall this is a good product and the kids and I have fun leaving each other notes around the house. Liquid Chalkers are sold exclusively on Amazon from Paper and Twine.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.