Features & Benefits
- Unmatched erasability – No staining or ghosting
- FREE dry erase marker and micro-fiber cloth included
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Made in the USA
Instantly turn your wall, doors or work spaces into a planning center! Ideal for the week’s meal plans, to do lists, shopping lists, appointments, notes and more! Easily wipe away and start anew at the end of each week. This planner is conveniently sized at 12”x 16” with daily boxes measuring 3.5”x 3.5” with a spacious 7.5”x 4.5” shopping list and 11.5”x 3.5” notes section. Instantly peel & stick to our desired surface with our specially formulated self stick adhesive technology.
The Everase Re-Stic Dry Erase Surface offers the same proven proprietary dry erase technology and superior writing surface as our dry erase products that have been used in thousands of classrooms across the USA. Any dry erase marker or permanent marker can be removed with minimal effort and no stains or ghosting left behind – guaranteed! The durable surface is scratch resistant and chemically inert which cannot be damaged by strong cleaning agents. Our technology allows the printing to be embedded under the Everase writing surface so graphics will never be damaged. Keep yourself organized with a Re-Stic Meal Planner & Weekly To-do list!
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L Vesper – “Easy to Remove and Reposition..” –
This dry erase surface is really easy to move around and straighten-up as needed. I didn’t measure the door on my refrigerator before-hand. It barely fits. I have to position it so that the edge is just under the door handle. I was able to get the big bubbles out, but when you look closely at it, there are small bumps remaining that I haven’t been able to get out. The grids are adequate sizes. It erases and cleans well. My family likes being able to see our weekly menus and it saves me from fielding their “What’s for dinner” questions.
Phil J. –