According to The Washington Post, Mike Fogarty has been working in the printing industry for the last 25 years or so, mainly selling paper. He’s an affable guy and a born salesman.

The skills he has picked up along the way include knowing a good thing when he sees it.

So when Fogarty happened upon a special film made by ClingZ, a firm based in New Mexico, he immediately saw the potential.

Fogarty realized the product could be toted around like a large roll of wax paper. Tear off a piece, slap it on a wall and start writing — instant white board. He dubbed his discovery Wizard Wall.

The patented, printable and recyclable material can cling to a wall for up to six months. It can be written on with dry-erase markers or washable crayons. It meets standards put forth by the Consumer Product Safety Commission as well as tougher European standards.

Photo by Washington Post.

Originally posted by Rich Whittle on March 21, 2014 in Ideas.

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