Model # HDDPTW48

Internet #205995949

Store SKU #346428

EUCATILE 32 sq. ft. 96 in. x 48 in. Hardboard Thrifty White Tile Board

EUCATILE

32 sq. ft. 96 in. x 48 in. Hardboard Thrifty White Tile Board

  • Pre-finished white so that no painting is required
  • 4 ft. x 8 ft. to cover 32 sq. ft. of your wall
  • Perfect for functional spaces such as utility and laundry rooms
$12.32 /each

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The Thrifty White 32 sq. ft. 96 in. x 48 in. Tile Board Panel can be used to add style to more functional spaces in your home. The acrylic coating resists staining, fading and mildew for long-lasting use. Ideal uses are in utility rooms, laundry area and mud rooms.

  • Product is constructed of hardboard
  • Acrylic coating resists staining, fading and mildew
  • Thrifty white has a smooth white finish
  • Ideal uses are in utility rooms, laundry area and mud rooms
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

will dry erase marker work on this?

Is this product recommended to be used as a dry erase white board in a classroom?
Asked by: Randy
Absolutely, it is a great solution. See my review for tips on how to use this as a dry erase board.
Answered by: bryankp
Date published: 2017-01-27

Would these work with dry erase markers?

Asked by: TeacherT
Yes.
Answered by: Satch
Date published: 2017-02-27

Can it be used to replace wallpaper on sold wood walls and ceilings?

Can it be used to replace wallpaper on sold wood walls and ceilings?
Asked by: Phil
With a solid wall as a base, the Thrifty white tile could be glued to the wall with construction adhesive. I'm not sure how the edges can be finished.
Answered by: Satch
Date published: 2017-03-09

Can wallpaper be applied directly to this board with proper adhesive?

Can wallpaper be applied directly to this board with proper adhesive?
Asked by: DBeast
"Proper adhesive" is the operative phrase. The board is pretty smooth, and I don't imagine much (other than stickers) sticking to it.
Answered by: Teach
Date published: 2017-03-04
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32 sq. ft. 96 in. x 48 in. Hardboard Thrifty White Tile Board is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dry Erase Board on the cheap! Add me to the list of folks that bought this to be a dry erase board. When I first used it.... NOT impressed. :-( I used Expo board conditioner on it to start off. Wrote on it with an EXPO marker and wiped it off with a piece of fleece. It left a ghost. I gave the board a couple of 'baths' in the conditioner and left it dry. Better. But the blue still ghosted - really bad. Wouldn't actually come off hardly at all- it smeared but didn't come off! I tried scrubbing it with a rag and soaking it in conditioner....I tried alcohol and then conditioning again. Nothing took off the blue. Everything else came off beautifully!! I was all set. I would just not use blue (for pete's sake, a small sacrifice for such an economical board (and I mounted mine as a 8'x4' board in my home office - really awesome). Fast forward. After a few days of letting ink on the board as I wanted it to stay there as I worked through a project... ghosting on the black (only color I had used). I decided to follow the advise of another reviewer. Wax! I figured the best wax for such an application would be the one that beaded wax the longest on a car (not the best for that application, mind you, but for this one... it made sense.) I went and bought Turtle wax hard shell (a couple of bucks at Wally world for a 16oz bottle of "Super Hard Shell" liquid wax). I applied it with a cloth and low and behold - it took the BLUE OFF! I was happy already. I waxed it twice, the second time seriously generously. I let it sit on it until it was good and dry and buffed it off. Gave it a good final buff with a clear terry cloth. The blue no longer ghosts..... Everything wipes off and leaves not a bit of evidence it was ever written on. I went and bought another board and a backer board to cut up into smaller (18"x24") "To do" boards for each day that I can move around and put where ever I am working. Could NOT be happier.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from *User Tips at the end of review... After watching YouTube videos and seeing other reviewers, I t... *User Tips at the end of review... After watching YouTube videos and seeing other reviewers, I too used this as a dry erase board for project planning. You get the same functionality of the expensive dry erase boards, but at a fraction of the cost. It really is a great solution for all you creative types who love whiteboards! Here are some tips: 1) I took the advice of a previous reviewer and put car wax on it (Meguiars Cleaner Wax from big-box is what I already had available), let it sit for a few hours and then rubbed it off with low-lint shop towels. Worked great! 2) Don't use cheap, no-name dry erase markers. Use Expo brand. The cheap markers definitely left ghosting, which was difficult to clean. After using Expo, the board cleaned easily with a microfiber towel ($1 for a pack of 2 at Dollar Tree) and 50% Isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle. 3) After about a month of use there was ghosting from some black lines from a grid I had drawn. Instead of experimenting with other cleaning chemicals I re-waxed the board (5 minutes or less), letting it sit overnight and when I wiped away the dried car wax with low-lint towels (again less than 5 minutes), the ghosting completely disappeared and the board was as good as new.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I cut these into 6 pieces (24" x 32") for use in my classroom. I recommend using Crayola whiteb... I cut these into 6 pieces (24" x 32") for use in my classroom. I recommend using Crayola whiteboard crayons as an alternative to the markers. No ghosting - even after being on the board for a long time, no odors, no drying out due to caps not being put back on tightly. Cleans up with a damp rag - I prefer terry cloth over microfiber for this application.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome for use as large "white-board" for a low cost... Awesome for use as large "white-board" for a low cost alternative!
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Smells terrible I really like it but the off gassing (VOCs?) is horrible. Not sure if I should throw it out. I'm thinking of painting it to see if that will cover the odor.
Date published: 2016-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought it and use it as hockey stick handling... I bought it and use it as hockey stick handling practice. I use pledge on the board and puck to improve the glide. I also put hockey tape along the edges to protect them from damage. Works great.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dry Erase Board Works great as a dry erase board in my garage gym. With the right markers it works just as good as a classroom board with no ghosting. Easy to cut and easy to hang on the wall.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from so far, so good Like many, I purchased this as an inexpensive white board/dry erase board. I bought the 4 x 8' sheet and hung it in my office to complete a website map. I needed a lot of space. This seems to serve the purpose so far. I am using Windex as suggested by another user to clean the marker off. Ghosting would drive me crazy. I guess I will see in a few days or weeks time if Windex will completely remove the ghosting.
Date published: 2016-09-03
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