The DIY Dry Erase Workspace

Coat your desk with whiteboard paint and you’ll always have a place to jot down quick notes, plan your workweek, or doodle.

That’s what software engineer and maker Bob Clagett did with his huge, custom-built desk. Make sure the surface is nice and smooth before applying primer and the dry erase paint, Clagett advises in his very detailed post about this desk.

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| from LifeHacker.com

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