Magnets can be incredibly versatile and useful in many different contexts, including in libraries. Libraries are hubs of information and knowledge.
Looking to turn your wall into an interactive surface… well we have four magnetic options to help you create an interactive surface in your home or office! Our vast range of magnetic wall coverings and paint allow you to you create several different types of interactive surfaces around your home or workplace.
Organising the workplace can be daunting for some but one thing we can all agree on is that working in an unorganised and outdated environment will prove unproductive. So, we have put together a list of our products which you can use to help organise your office. Glass Wipe Boards Our range of coloured magnetic glass wipe boards offer style, vibrancy and convenience and are ideal to help you keep your office space organised. The sleek, scratch-proof surface can be used to either display notices, reminders and pictures as well... Read More
Here we have put together all you need to know about our flexible adhesive range, from top tips to frequently asked questions. Top tip Our number one rule for when you use any of our products with adhesive backing, is once you stick the product down, you must leave the adhesive to cure for 24-32 hours. If you don’t, you risk the product peeling away. Are SteelFlex®/ FerroFlex® magnets? SteelFlex® and FerroFlex® range are not magnets. They are in fact made from a ferrous material, which magnets attract to. For... Read More
Our range of FerroFlex® comes in forms of tapes and sheets. FerroFlex® can be cut to any size allowing you to turn walls and desks and any space into a creative workspace. From chalkboard to dry-wipe, there’s a finish to suit any requirement. With this in mind, we have put together all the information you need to know about the product here. We shall cover frequently asked questions, the different types of products and how to apply them, common applications and some tips and tricks from our experts! Frequently asked... Read More