All these acronym have one thing in common, meaning we do whatever we need to do from the comfort of our home, constraint by space. So how can magnets help in making this period at home bearable, productive and possibly even more fun?

By making use of your vertical space at home! 

Our customer Liana Siau at Dawson shared a photo of how she use 2pcs of Flexible Magnetic Whiteboard (Magnetic Back) to convert the metal storeroom door into a functional writing space!

As she has young ones at home, her initial concern was “will the whiteboard drop and is it dangerous?” Our experience is that flexible magnetic whiteboard is safer and less likely to drop compared to a regular wooden or solid based whiteboard as it is just 0.5mm thin, less likely to get dragged or hit accidentally from sideways. And even if it drop, the soft material will not cause injury or ugly damage to the floor. And the fact that you can roll it up and store it away temporarily if needed, without having to clean up any residual glue or leave traces just makes it the ideal choice. 

Flexible Magnetic Whiteboard on BTO Storeroom Metal Door

Due to the door handle in the middle, she choose to use 2 pieces, one for top and another for bottom of the door. Good choice as that means the top is for Mommy and bottom is good for scribbles, and it is also easier to attach and detach 2 small pieces instead of one large piece.

Photo Credits: Thank you Liana for sharing this photo with us! 🙂 

Flexible Magnetic whiteboard (Magnetic Back) in roll 

Flexible Magnetic whiteboard (Magnetic Back) in A3 Size

Titan Magnetics notes:
– Flexible magnetic whiteboard (magnetic back) can attach to metal surfaces, magnetic painted wall or ferrous surfaces. (Aluminum, stainless steel, copper, brass are not ferrous material and will not be able to attach magnetically)

– Flexible magnetic whiteboard front surface by itself can attach neodymium magnets (Neodymium magnets are strong magnet) but most common weak magnets (black color ferrite or ceramic magnets are common weak magnets) will usually slide off the surface if the magnetic whiteboard is not attached to a metal surface. Once the whiteboard is attached to a metal surface like the above photo, common magnet should be able to attach to the front without sliding off as the metal surface allows the weaker magnets more ferrous grip.