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Magnetic Paint & Pushpin Magnets

Magnetic PaintDid you know that not all magnets can be used with magnetic paint? Office magnets and pot magnets which have a steel coating are not recommended. Some magnets require they are in direct contact with a metal surface. You should also use caution as some magnets can leave residue or stains behind on your nice magnetic walls. Pushpin magnets have a triple nickle coating to not only ensure they last forever but it makes them so strong you can locate the nails behind the walls. If you plan on using a magnetic base paint and would like to have the strongest magnets available that will not markup your walls then you have come to the right place! Heard enough? Go buy your pushpin magnets now!


Ferrite magnets are a special type of magnet that also will not work with magnetic paints. The adhesive bond that needs to be achieved with the magnetic paint simply isn't strong enough to hold it's own weight up. The pushpin magnets we sell are made from a rare earth magnet known as neodymium making them among the strongest permanent magnet available on the market! Even if you have a fabric or other items covering the magnetic paint these magnets are so powerful that they will still hold, so post your items with confidence! Our pushpin magnets work like a tac but for metal and have 10 to 20 times the holding power of your average refrigerator magnet.



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Magnetic Paint Information

Since magnetic paints are made out of an iron powder it is usually a grey color. Most people use magnetic paint as the primer and then is covered with any top coat colors or designs. Because the magnetic paint is being used as a primer you are then able to cover it with your favorite paint of design. You are even able to cover magnetic paint with whiteboard paint for the ultimate task ready wall!

Magnetic Paint & You

Below we just put a small list in bullet points listing how different people use them. This should be a simple list but a way of giving people ideas on how they could use pushpin magnets with magnetic paint. These are ideas they may not have thought of but would very useful. We can also link certain items to other pages or have a call to action button. And since they may not think of, or something that just seems so cool they would want to buy the magnets anyways.

  • securely hang photos and other important documents
  • point to a place on a map
  • make regular magnets look like a joke!