Hardboard has a high internal bond, exceptional stability, and smoothness ideal for paneling, furniture, fixtures, toys, general manufacturing, and applications where painting or die cutting is required. Hardboard is used in a variety of applications including furniture components, wall paneling, underlayment, interior trim and perforated boards. It resists marring, scuffing and abrasion, as well as changes in temperature and humidity.
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- Hardboard can be used in many applications
- The hardboard surface is smooth and free of common wood defects
- Hardboard has a uniform thickness, density and appearance and has no grain
- Hardboard can be securely glued or fastened with screws, staples or nails
- Note: Product may vary by store
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