Frequently Asked Questions for:
- What is Magic Blackboard?
- How does it stick and will it leave any marks?
- Can you stick paper to Magic Blackboard?
- Do you need to use a special pen?
- Is it erasable?
- What can you rub the chalk out with?
- How many times can it be reused?
- Can the sheets be folded up after use?
- How many sheets are on a roll?
- What size are the sheets?
- How long will it stick to walls?
- Can it be used outside?
- Is it recyclable?
- What is it made of?
- How does the price compare to flipchart paper?
- How heavy is each roll?
- Who uses Magic Blackboard?
- Is Magic Blackboard patented?
- Can Magic Blackboard be used by darts teams in pubs?
- Do you have a video clip that shows how to use Magic Blackboard?
We are introducing the retro Magic Blackboard following the success of Magic Whiteboard on Dragons Den. It allows you to create a blackboard from a roll anywhere, in seconds. Combining the best bits of a flipchart with a traditional blackboard it’s perfect for presentations, conferences, training events, team meetings and group work. It encourages people to interact with each other and contribute more - everyone will be impressed with Magic Blackboard! Click here to see a 1 minute video demonstration of how to use Magic Blackboard.
Because Magic Blackboard is statically charged it will stick to most hard flat surfaces including walls, doors, glass and wallpaper without needing tape, bluetac or glue - so it never leaves any marks!
Because Magic Blackboard is statically charged, notes and paper can be stuck to it without the need for tape, bluetac or glue.
For best results we recommend you use chalk markers pens such as those available on this website.
Yes, the chalk will rub off .
You can use your fingers, a damp cloth or a wet wipe.
Magic Blackboard can be reused more than 10 times. The exact number of times will depend on how you use and clean Magic Blackboard. If you clean it with a damp cloth or whiteboard remover after use it will last longer.
Yes, the sheet can be folded after use.
Each roll contains 10 perforated sheets, the roll is 8 metres long.
Each A1 sheet measures 60cm wide and 80cm deep. They are the same size as flipchart paper.
Magic Blackboard will stick to walls for several months, although the exact time depends how many times you take it down and reapply it.
For best results use inside, it can be used outside but use in a draft free place. The sheets will not stick as well if air or a breeze gets behind them.
Yes, Magic Blackboard is fully recyclable, place in the plastics recycling container. It has been designed and produced using environmentally friendly methods.
Magic Blackboard is made from statically charged polypropylene film.
Magic Blackboard is cheaper than good quality flipchart paper (typically, less than half the price). You can also reuse Magic Blackboard and you don’t need to buy a flipchart stand.
Each roll weights just 0.60 Kilograms It’s perfect for taking to clients and customers. Keep a roll in your car boot just in case there are no flipcharts available - it doesn’t crease like flipchart paper and is less bulky.
Our customers include – parents with children, children’s nurseries, pubs, restaurants, cafes, darts teams who use to keep score, training providers and trainers, conference centres, hotels, IT consultants, NHS hospitals, councils, local authorities, schools (primary and secondary), childrens nurseries, colleges, sports centres, butchers, shops, universities, government agents, the Treasury, management consultants, banks and offices.
Yes, Magic Blackboard was patented in 2000, this will expire in 2020.
Yes, we have many customers who use Magic Blackboard when playing darts in pubs or at home. They use it to keep score. It is portable and lightweight and will stick to any hard flat surface. It will stick to a wall next the the dartboard and can be easily taken down when not required. No marks will be left on walls. Pub darts teams across the United Kingdom are using Magic Blackboard as a darts blackboard.
Yes, we have produced a 1 minute video clip that demonstrates how to use Magic Blackboard. To see the video click here