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

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: 2016-11-27

Would these work with dry erase markers?

Asked by: TeacherT
I have put these up in my last three classrooms and they work great as marker boards...not dry erase though. I use baby wipes and then an occasional Clorox wipe but you could just use a damp paper towel or a spray bottle of water. Just don't let the writing stay on the board for a long time. After a couple days, I have a harder time cleaning the board.
Answered by: mmmkay
Date published: 2017-01-04

could this be glued to a counter top or what would your recommend ?

could this be glued to a counter top or what would your recommend ?
Asked by: tom
No, this material is not tough enough for a working surface. This material is fairy thin (pegboard type martial) with a shiny film/layer.
Answered by: Satch
Date published: 2017-02-19
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Customer Reviews

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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Inexpensive substitute for dry erase board We used this material to replace two dry erase boards that were ruined by improper cleaning, as we lacked funding at the time to buy the purpose-made boards again. We purchased two sheets and installed them in the classroom. They are working very well as dry erase boards.
Date published: 2016-08-30
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
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