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Dry-Erase Bathroom Walls

They're going to write it anyways....
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So make it easy to clean off. The bathroom cubicle walls are made out of dry-erase boards and people are provided with dry erase markers.

Though you might want to bring your own; I don't want to share a marker with anybody!

DesertFox, Mar 10 2005

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       This may lead to dry-erase voting ballots, so I'm not too sure about voting here.
mensmaximus, Mar 11 2005
  

       When I was 13 and tutoring a group of 9 year olds, I wrote every dirty word I knew on the first dry erase board I'd ever encountered, in permanent ink, just before the teacher came back into the room.
JesusHChrist, Mar 11 2005
  

       I've seen a black wall and chalk version of the bathroom wall, but dry erase is much more HB and much more 2005 (+).
neilp, Mar 11 2005
  

       Love it. I saw on TV once where they had graffiti-proof concrete...
ignorantimmigrant, Mar 11 2005
  

       interesting, [Brau]
DesertFox, Mar 11 2005
  

       My school has black stall walls, but the tiles are still write-able. Although even in the black walls, people have resorted to scratching crap into the walls.
Dickcheney6, May 01 2008
  

       Did you know that if you write on a dry- erase board with permanent marker you can write over the top of it with a dry- erase marker and the chemicals in the dry-erase marker will make the permanent marker erasable!   

       This is a good idea, people need somewhere to be creative or to vent their frustrations about their boss and co-workers/classmates - maybe they can wipe it down at the end of each term/business quarter.
mecotterill, May 11 2008
  

       Dry erase and steam do not mix so a bathroom with showers would require special provision (dorms are the only place I have seen anything remotely like this).
WcW, May 11 2008
  

       I have thought about this before. You should see the kinds of graffiti you get in a porta-john on an a Forward Operational Base in Iraq. I always try to use a different one so I get to read them all.   

       My only regret: That I have but one bun to give.
MikeD, May 12 2008
  

       You can write on glass with a dry erase marker and erase it afterwards. Smooth metal or glazed ceramic tiles will also work.   

       Of course, people scratch stuff on bathroom walls now a days.
yuandrew, May 12 2008
  

       Scratches wouldn't show up that well on a dry erase wall.
Spacecoyote, May 13 2008
  
      
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