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Which Wizard Wall is for You?
There’s no denying the versatility of Wizard Wall dry erase film. From the classroom to the home to the workspace, there is a system for just about anybody, any setting, and any use! With this wide versatility, it can be hard to choose just which system would be most beneficial for you and your needs. While each system can be used in a number of ways, there are some unique features of each system, perfectly suited for specific environments.
Wizard Wall Dry Erase Film Systems
Wizard Wall dry erase film systems range in lengths from 25 feet to 400 feet, making them ideal for those who plan to utilize a lot of cling film. These systems are ideal for the dorm room setting, or for the open floor office, as they can be placed against a long wall for memo taking, note leaving, and more. These unique cutting systems are ideal for those who would like variety in their dry erase film sheet sizes.
Wizard Wall Kits
Wizard Wall kits are perfect for the home, the classroom or the workplace setting, or for those who are simply looking for a complete set of dry erase and dry erase accessories. Each dry erase film kit comes equipped with both dry erase contact paper and all of the accessories you’ll need, including dry erase markers and erasers.
Refill rolls are ideal for those who already utilize Wizard Wall sheets on a regular basis – so much so that they simply need a refill! Refill rolls, available in a variety of lengths and colors, come in most handy in settings such as classrooms, the workplace, or the tutoring center.
Easel pads come in great handy in the group setting, such as in classrooms and in the workplace. Dry erase film easel pads are perfect for displaying notes or engaging in brainstorming sessions within a group. They’re easy to reposition, easy to erase, and leave no residue, making them the ideal way to take notes and think together, as a group!
Precut sheets are a great option for the home. Small in size, they are perfect for placing on kitchen walls or on the refrigerator as a method to create grocery lists, leave a phone message, and more.